The Artists Village (TAV) was formed within a rural-scape (or kampung) at 61-B Lorong Gambas, Ulu Sembawang in 1988. TAV engendered some of the radical shifts in generating new ways and manners of thinking and making art in the history of contemporary art in Singapore. They are also known for producing works that are conceptually challenging during a period marked by a sense of urgency and impetus for artists to critically re-look and examine existing assumptions, values and concepts of art-making. This book marks the 20th anniversary of the TAV's establishment and offers historical distance to evaluate and examine the significance of it as part of the contemporary art developments in Singapore.
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