5 highlights at the ArtScience Museum's sound art show

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Zul Mahmod

Singaporean Zul Mahmod was the first sound artist to represent Singapore at the Venice Biennale. His fondness for ordinary materials and everyday soundscapes is reflected in these two works. The sound of knocking on pipes is familiar to people living in Singapore's tight urban confines, and he has turned this commonplace noise into maze-like installations that reflect the interconnectedness of people's lives and homes.

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