Now this is one place-making attempt for the books. It is interesting, to say the least, to bring the present into the past and vice versa, to give vitality to the old and inject meaning into the new. We’re sorry if we lost you there, but we are just all about reviving what was, not for nostalgia’s sake, but because doing so while incorporating that into creative practice creates so much meaning in our endeavours.
“A collaboration between System Sovereign and The Super System; Kelong is a site specific installation that represents the dying culture of ‘kelongs’.
Kelongs are built by fishermen primarily for fishing purposes, although larger structures can also function as dwellings for them and their families. In Singapore, some kelongs also double as a restaurants with boats carrying guests to and from the buildings.” (SOURCE)