Cages of Privacy and the State of our Visual Culture
Pang Khee Teik | Ahmad Fuad Rahmat
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The quote Fuad meant actually reads as follows: "Those who do not move, do not notice their chains." What does movement and space have to do with this discussion on our visual age? Join us this week to unpack how the act of looking has become where politics, ethics, morality and capitalism all converge. Pang Khee Teik leads the way.
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