On June 3, 2022, the third installment of the multi-site exhibition Lonely Vectors, curated by Mi You, Joella Kiu and Kenneth Tay, opened at the Singapore Art Museum. The artistic positions in the exhibition trace a geometry/cartography of the global economy through fault lines, bottlenecks, exclusive zoning, and infrastructural policies. Lines, networks, and patterns inscribed on the earth's surface, for example in the form of trade routes and zones, agricultural areas, irrigation canals, and migration movements, not only testify to the worldwide flow of goods but also reveal global distributional inequalities.
In addition to the exhibition at Tanjong Pagar Distripark, the Lonely Vectors exhibition will be held at various locations, including public libraries and billboards around the city, beginning in February 2022.
The exhibition will also be accompanied by a publication of the same name, edited by Mi You, Joella Kiu and Kenneth Tay.
Shu Lea Cheang
Ho Rui An
Ho Tzu Nyen
Chu Hao Pei