In a museum, time is confused. What looks old may be a reproduction, what looks new is actually a stained glass window from 1887. 120 attempts to recast the National Museum of Singapore as a host of luminescent voices.
The performance ushers the audience through the galleries, halls and exhibits playfully: inviting the audience to see this space in a different light, through alternate frames, against a wallpaper of people. The performance may take the shape of pockets of ‘happenings’, walks and guided tours, lecture performances and theatrical interventions. Audiences, too, can count down with the performers the timeline of 120 years of National Museum artefacts.