Don't hesitate to make art

We Can Dance, a large-scale interactive installation by Canadian artists Daily tous les jours, explores the principle of a "canon" where performers reproduce in regular intervals parts of a song or choreography. ST PHOTO: ARIFFIN JAMAR
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SINGAPORE - Over the last two weeks, a nondescript container at the National Library Board plaza invited passers-by to step in and make art.

All one had to do was dance in the recording booth, which then projected multiple versions of the footage onto a nearby wall. The interactive installation, We Can Dance by Canadian artists Daily tous les jours and Singaporean dancers ScRach MarcS, was part of the Singapore International Festival of Arts and ended on Sunday.

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