The Divine Singaporean Comedy – Comic / Dillon D. Lin
Inspired by Kafka’s short story, this series of illustrations is sketched in ironic imitation to the loosely adapted poetic prophecy of Dante Alighieri’s ‘La Divinia Commedia’, expressing my own intensely personal recollections of spatial beliefs in Singapore and its connotations to religious superstitions and the brutal (and quite possibly, senseless) habits of my upbringing.
The Divine Singaporean Comedy / Dillon D. Lin
I began this cultural research project based on my literary interest in Dante Alighieri’s epic poem, La Divina Commedia (The Divine Comedy). The poem’s imaginative and allegorical vision of the afterlife is a culmination of the medival- world view, as it had developed in the Western Church. Cosmetically the poem describes Dante’s journey through Hell, […]
Matchpoint.Melbourne / Thomas Fußenegger
Cities have always tried to provide their residents with the best possible urban environment. Due to the growing importance of leisure industry and tourism, cities such as Melbourne are more and more forced to compete for becoming hot spots on the world map. Through a comprehensive analysis of the city it is shown how sport […]