TIME OUT | Sometimes I (You) Don’t Dive Hard Enough

Dewi Nurjuwita, Time out, October 15, 2020

Singapore artist Wong Lip Chin is a renowned name in the art industry for his boundary-pushing interdisciplinary works. Art aficionados are probably familiar with his works – from the appropriation of an entire bus stop to getting tattooed as part of an exhibition opening. His recent work Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat (2020) is a performance at 2 Cavan Road, where the artist reads aloud excerpts from Hal Herzog's text on animal rights to a real cow as part of his homage to Joseph Beuy’s seminal work, How to Explain Pictures to a Dead Hare.