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Interview

Sal Seah's first conceptual film questions the functions of artistic communities

Sal Seah's first conceptual film questions the functions of artistic communities


Later is a conceptual film that mediates the struggle and rapture of human connection and art-making. The narrative follows Max, an artist in her twenties, across eight dialogues that take place over an unspecified amount of time. The themes travel between the idea of community in a city like Singapore, where the creative scene is ever booming, followed by notions of sexuality and the chase for identity. These situations are presented in an observational form, where the lead character poses several questions to the people she meets.

We speak to the Director, Sal Seah, on the making of the film and what will unfold at the very first screening. The affair, laced with performance art paired with a visual installation, will take place on 2 and 3 August at kult gallery.

sand magazine
August 01, 2019

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