This is an unpublished thesis by Woon Tien Wei submitted for the degree of Doctor of Creative Arts, Curtin University, Australia, in 2012. The thesis investigates the response by the Singaporean art community to the changes in government policy, in particular, the Renaissance City Plan, introduced in 2000.

To access the electronic version of the thesis, please refer to the digital collection of the Curtin University.
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Location code REF.WTW (Closed Stack)
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English

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2012

No of pages

186

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1

Content type

dissertation

Chapter headings
Introduction
The Knowledge-based Economy and Singapore
The Knowledge-based Economy and the Arts
Recent Gestures: Cultural Activism, Art & Artistic Practice
Post-Museum and Server Foundation
Conclusion
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Arts in a Knowledge-Based Economy: Activist Strategies in Singapore’s Renaissance