An organisation working to build a community to foster experimental space for nurturing interdisciplinary, collaborative art with focused constructive critique.
To foster multidisciplinary art-making informed by a spirit of collaboration and play, pleasure, risk-taking and inclusivity in all senses, including means of access, culture/ethnicity, class, gender and sexuality.
To connect creatives from Singapore and the region with each other.
To foster a multidisciplinary community where creative work can find constructive critique.
To provide a platform for the co-creation of art, springboarding of new directions and the amplification of artists.
☾ the moon has set ☾
Our Open Call for the present cycle is now closed. Thank you for your understanding.
Future calls will be announced on our Instagram page @hellodiscontent –
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Who We Are
Four unstarving artists just trying to live deliciously.
Marylyn Tan is a queer, delicious, slutty, large-beasted poet/artist. Performing and disappointing since 2014. Invested in taking pleasure seriously and endangered bodies. Marylyn’s first child, Gaze Back (Ethos Books; Lambda Loser), is both bible and shitpost. Find her in her unnatural habitat @marylyn.orificial on Instagram.
Reginald Kent is an M.A candidate in NTU. His research and practice mainly revolves around the queering of the modern short story. He's a Baba boy who does not eat Buah Keluak, uneconomically reserves his memory space for fun facts and will annoy you constantly with bad puns.
Sarah is a twenty-something dabbler, currently being a "productive member of the workforce" instead of "blight on the family name". In her previous life, she studied Linguistics at NTU, and stage-managed on the side. Current pursuits include: learning to code & pole dancing (but not simultaneously)
After three years working in Tokyo, Joy returned to Singapore this year, where she is currently pursuing her dream of extreme gardening and bread-baking. When she isn’t preparing for the apocalypse, she’s either writing feverishly, reading about ancient Chinese deities, or scaring herself with the afterlife.