The Part in the Story Where We Lost Count of the Days is a newly published monograph that reflects the practice of Singaporean artist Heman Chong. Acting as both maker of objects and facilitator of situations, Chong’s work sits at the intersection of multiple genres: visual art, performance, writing, installation and science fiction. Through commissioned texts and explanations of Chong’s selected projects, this publication seeks to engage and unravel these categories as well as highlight their overlapping and circuitous nature.
Edited by Pauline J. Yao and designed by H55 in Singapore, The Part In the Story Where We Lost Count of the Days features texts by Nav Haq, Ahmad Mashadi, Claudia Pestana, and Tirdad Zolghadr, as well as an illustrated project index by Amanda Lee Koe.
Heman Chong: The Part In the Story Where We Lost Count of the Days
Hardcover, 260 pages.
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