Clarke Quay Alternative by Chihiro KABATA & Yuuri KABATA(Japan)

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Project 6581 Parallel Perception and Counter Connection

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Breaking Walls, Turning the House Artist talk by INSTINC AIR Atsuko Mochida(Japan)

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FAITH ll: EPHEMERAL by Chang Hui-Fang (Taiwan)

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In the Mood of Serenity: An Exhibition in Hong Kong (Altermodernist x INSTINC)

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INSTINC Art Book Fair 2018

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SINGLE HAND CLAPPING by Justin Lim (Hong Kong)

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CROSS OVER VOL. 6 An exhibition featuring CROSS OVER VOL. 6 An exhibition featuring 14 ARTISTS from Japan ARTISTS from Japan

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Molly Joyce Composer // Performer

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instinctive 2.1: (in)significant

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FORM | MATTER An exhibition featuring new works by Justin Lee, Yeoh Wee Hwee and Yeo Shih Yun Presented by INSTINC x MOYEM

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SECOND BLOOM An exhibition featuring works by Valerie Ng (Malaysia/SG) and Margaret Lanzetta(NYC)

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MARGARET LANZETTA(NYC) Artist Talk: Contents May Have Shifted

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Reflections A duo exhibition by Studio n (Jean & Nazz)

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WHEN DO THE TREES SLEEP? by Charlotte Parallel (New Zealand) and Jon He (Singapore)

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ALL THAT IS CHANGING by Jo Darvall & Shih Yun Yeo

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instinctive Open Call 2017

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INSTINC AIR Jan to Mar 2017: Charlotte Parallel (New Zealand)

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THERE IS NO PLACE, LIKE HOME... by Lio Cheung (Hong Kong)

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instinctive 1.0 : (in)visible

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LIQUID TEXTURES by Valerie Ng & Hsiung Lu-Fang

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MAKAN by Eddie Botha (Australia)

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ART IN PUBLIC SPACE - IMPORTANT, BORING, ________? by Maija Kovari (Finland)

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PASSING by Rajshree Gupta (India) & Bai Tianyuan (Singapore)

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THROUGH THE VEIL by Dominika Koziak (Canada)

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FAITH by Chang Hui Fang (Taiwan)

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Studio Space Rental

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Under the red by Camilla Giachetta (Italy) & Audrey Yang (Singapore)

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FROM INSIDE OF THE OUTSIDE by Hong Kong artists: Fung Ka Fai, Wong Suk Yin, Elaine, Yuen Chun Tai, Ivy

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Getting to know you: recorded walks in Singapore, showcasing works by Georgia Mill (Melbourne) and Hera (Singapore/Indonesia)

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