Travel back in time to the good ol’ days—of poor sanitation and no recycling, of hunting exotic, wild animals, of terrifically fun and deadly amusement parks. A blast to the past and a peephole into the future, Everything You Know Goes Away is a nostalgic playground with a twist. Designed by Joshua Comaroff & Lekker Architects, with collaborator Leow Si Min
Drop by Everything you know goes away on the school holiday weekends (16, 17, 23 and 24 March) at 2pm and 3pm for the wondrous tales of Bedah’s Fantastical Travel’s with Epok-Epok!, a special storytelling commission by Suhaili Safari.
Or mix creativity and play this March Holiday with an assortment of delectable school holiday offerings in the form of workshops by Mrydette and Darel, and performances by Tiny Feat, suitable for children aged 2 to 12.
For more information, or to sign up for the workshops and performances, visit tinyurl.com/thevanishingsubstation.
Everything You Know Goes Away is part of The Vanishing, Or Time Goes Away, the final chapter of The Substation’s 2018/19 programme Cities change. People die. Everything you know goes away. For more information on the programme, visit citieschange.sg/The-Vanishing.