Our Camp Symmetry trip coincided with the Singapore Biennale, so we decided to check out some shows. Unfortunately, the only days we were there were Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. The festival was on a Saturday and most museums and galleries were closed on Monday. That left only Sunday for our art frolicking and while there were a lot of shows I wanted to see, I really wanted to see this one by Argie Bandoy, Nilo Ilarde, and Bernardo Pacquing. It was about sixteen stops away from the Bayfront Station along the Circle Line. Soooo. This was the only show part of the Biennale we got to see, lol.
We barely made it, too, since TAKSU closes an hour earlier on Sundays, apparently.