A couple of living rooms, a “meditation hall”, images of folks taking leaps of faith, and the occasional sounds of a Japanese woman giggling — it seems to me that on surface level at least, the exhibitions at this year’s M1 Singapore Fringe Festival are a more laidback, quieter and generally polite bunch.
With a theme like Art and Faith — which is basically a hop, skip and a jump away from Religion — you’d expect at least one rascal to come up with something, erm, “naughty”.
None of the six do. Instead we’ve got life-affirming world views, poignant moods and works that stretch the idea of faith (without snapping it, that is). Continue reading ‘S’pore Fringe Fest 2012! Six exhibitions! A look see!’