Through commissioned texts by writers and an index of 35 selected projects of the artist in alphabetical order by title with photographic illustrations and brief descriptions, The Part In The Story Where We Lost Count Of The Days is an artist book and monograph that reflects on the artistic 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. This publication was conceived, in part, as a way to engage and unravel these categories and as well as to highlight their overlapping and circuitous nature.' - from the editor's note by Pauline J. Yao

Includes biographies of the artist and contributors.

Access level

Onsite

practitioner

Amanda Lee KOE

Location code MON.CHH3
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2013

No of pages

260

ISBN / ISSN

9780984562558

No of copies

1

Content type

artist monograph, 

artist book

Chapter headings
Editor's Note

- Pauline J. YAO, 姚嘉善

Thistle

- Tirdad ZOLGHADR

From Consciousness to Consciousness

- Claudia PESTANA

Predictive Text: Representations of the Future as a Political Economy

- Nav HAQ

Stirling-Sunset: Singaporean Passages 1999

- Ahmad MASHADI

Heman Chong: The Part In The Story Where We Lost Count Of The Days
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