ArtScience Late at Home with Tania De Rozario, Marylyn Tan and Natalie Wang

ArtScience Late at Home in November presents Tania De Rozario, Marylyn Tan and Natalie Wang in a programme of spoken word that gives voice, shape and depth to the contemporary female experience and psyche. Drawing from their writings, their performance works portray the unique experiences of what it means to be a woman today, bringing us into the space where their defiant women exist.

The performance video will be made available from 19 November (Thursday), 10am. Join Marylyn Tan and Natalie Wang in a livestream Q&A session, moderated by Zhang Baoxin (Curator, Public Programmes), on the same day at 9pm.

ArtScience Late at Home with Tania De Rozario, Marylyn Tan and Natalie Wang is part of the Special Event: Women of Art and Science at ArtScience Museum.

This event is a part of ArtScience Late.

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The Artists

  • Tania De Rozario

    Tania De Rozario is a writer and visual artist. She is the author of Tender Delirium (Math Paper Press), And The Walls Come Crumbling Down (Math Paper Press /Gaudy Boy), and Somewhere Else, Another You (Math Paper Press). Winner of the 2020 New Ohio Review Nonfiction Contest and the 2011 Golden Point Award for Poetry, her work can be found in journals including The Malahat Review, Sow’s Ear Poetry Review, Prairie Schooner Online Journal, Blue Lyra Review, Carte Blanche, Softblow and subTerrain, among others.

  • Marylyn Tan

    Marylyn Tan is a queer, female, Chinese Singaporean, linguistics graduate, poet, and artist, who has been performing and disappointing since 2014. Her work trades in the conventionally vulgar, radically pleasurable, and unsanctioned, striving to emancipate the marginalised and restore the alienated, endangered body. Marylyn is the first woman to win the Singapore Literature Prize for Poetry in English with her debut volume of poetry, GAZE BACK (Ethos Books). She is also the founder of multidisciplinary arts collective DIS/CONTENT.

  • Natalie Wang

    Natalie Wang writes about cats ghosts, and womanhood, and maintains that they are all the same thing. She has been published in Fairy Tale Review, Cordite Poetry Review, Corvid Queen, LONTAR: The Journal of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction, Quarterly Literary Review Singapore, various editions of the SingPoWriMo anthology and My Lot Is A Sky, an anthology of poetry by Asian women. Her debut poetry collection The Woman Who Turned Into A Vending Machine (Math Paper Press) is a book on metamorphosis and myth.

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