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June Lin (far left) and Chen Wanyi (left) in Seeds by Maya Dance Theatre.
June Lin (left) and Chen Wanyi (right) in Seeds by Maya Dance Theatre.PHOTO: MAYA DANCE THEATRE
June Lin (far left) and Chen Wanyi (left) in Seeds by Maya Dance Theatre.
In Call For The Dead (2020, above), based on John Le Carre's 1961 Cold War novel of the same title, Chong redacted everything from the book except its verbs, then silk-screened the heavily blacked-out pages onto 83 linen canvases.PHOTO: STPI - CREATIVE WORKSHOP & GALLERY, SINGAPORE
June Lin (far left) and Chen Wanyi (left) in Seeds by Maya Dance Theatre.
The fourth edition of the Singapore Art Museum's travelling exhibition, Mini Mobile Museum, features Slander! (above) by home-grown artist Jeremy Sharma, based on his research into Singapore and Malayan cinema between 1958 and 1963.PHOTO: JEREMY SHARMA

SEEDS

In this digital production, Maya Dance Theatre works with dancers with disabilities from Singapore, India, Indonesia and Australia.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 11, 2021, with the headline 'Friyay! What to see'. Subscribe