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Vithya Subramaniam is an anthropologist and playwright interested in the agency of objects and the materialities of being. She is presently a doctoral student at the University of Oxford, UK; and member of Brown Voices, a collective of Singapore Indian playwrights. Vithya's interest in the arts currently lies with works that evoke the experience of space, memory, and materiality; and with Singaporean Indian theatre.

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The Body Witness: Gardens Speak, en route, As Far As Isolation Goes at SIFA 2021

By Vithya Subramaniam (1,600 words, 6-minute read) Though cancelled last year amid the developing pandemic, Singapore International Festival of Arts has done well to lean into the possibilities of small-group, distanced programmes for this year’s line-up. I attended three of its immersive experiences—Gardens Speak, As Far As Isolation Goes, and en route—and found my body

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