The Last Supper

Post-museum presents The Last Supper, a project by interdisciplinary artist, Fié Neo. 

Your must come event of the year. Yes, it’s literally the last. Say goodbye to 2020 in a meaningful way!

Physically distanced doesn’t mean we have to socially distance! This is the place to connect and convene. (All the while adhering to physical distancing regulations.) Tired of zoom calls? Feeling anxious about the climate crisis and want to act? Passionate about creating change and looking to connect with like minded people? This is your place for it.

Ft. Your unusual dinner table, the place to convene and connect. (We might have onions.) The “Take the blue pill then panic, but panic together” screening room. 


Don’t scream while it screens. This is your must have film stop. How this works: We will curate intentional meetings with the most unexpected pairing. So come with an open mind because you might be meeting someone you won’t otherwise have met. Systems change require an intersectional approach and interdisciplinary collaboration. This is a starting point for it.

La Quiche Tour

La Quiche TourFabrice tour info french

“Bonjour. In Marseille I am nicknamed La Quiche because I’m from Lorraine. Unfortunately, I am homeless. I was in the Légionnaires (military). In military we earn points for retirement. But due to an accident in Chad, I didn’t do the full 15 years of military so I can’t have the full retirement allowance and have to wait till I am 62 years old to be able to get out of here. After military, the army gave us the chance to retrain and change careers. I passed the diploma to become a firefighter and was employed because someone dropped out. I worked till 2014 but lost the job because I had a heart attack. I had government assistance but couldn’t work again as I couldn’t pass the health check up required for employment. I tried to apply for emergency allowance when I could no longer receive government assistance but was struggling with administration. They kept saying they didn’t receive my papers and at some point I had no money left to continue sending the documents.”

Find out more about his story here:

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Tally at Edinburgh Fringe, Venice Biennale and Gillman Barracks, Singapore

 

Spreading positivity across the globe. Starting from Venice Biennale to Edinburgh Fringe Festival and finally ending off with Singapore’s art hot pot Gillman Barracks, I brought memory sharing to these different cities. Sad memories are released from the owners and stay in the pocket, while happy memories travel to strangers’ pockets to stay in the form of smiles on their faces.

Share a memory in exchange for a happy memory.

My most memorable ones? Kids x2, Swimming with dolphins

#OccupyRAH

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Under the Counter. Royal Albert Hall. 6 March 2017
Students from University of the Arts London present Under the Counter at the Royal Albert Hall on 6 March 2017

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Immersive and interactive performance at Royal Albert Hall, Prince of Wales room

6 March 2017

“If all the paintings in this room were sold, people wouldn’t be homeless.”

A group of protestors infiltrated Royal Albert Hall and occupied the posh VIP room. Newspaper articles of various social and political issues like Trump’s muslim ban and infiltration plans scatter the floor. The audience are invited to engage in a meaningful conversation on socio-political issues they are passionate about.

Link to official Royal Albert Hall page review

http://www.royalalberthall.com/about-the-hall/news/2017/march/under-the-counter-central-st-martins-students-present-an-immersive-promenade-exhibition-around-the-royal-albert-halls-unseen-spaces/