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Quiet roars in the lion city

From animated sex dolls to found-object installations, Thai artists make their mark at the Singapore Biennale

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Among the artists from Southeast Asia and beyond featured at this year's Singapore Biennale _ and I concede there may be some bias in my saying so _ those from Thailand, albeit only a handful, made quite an impact. 

Prateep Suthathongthai’s Stillness Of Reflection features photographs printed on tiles.

With "If The World Changed" as the theme for this year, all the works displayed at various venues around the Bras Basah and Bugis Street areas address the idea of change, how we look at our past and present and anticipate the future.

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