Practices For Families Digital Programmes

Artist Panel: In Sickness and In Health

by Plural Art Mag
23 May • 11:00am

In this panel, contemporary artists Adeline Kueh, Divaagar and ila will share the concepts and processes involved in developing their newly commissioned digital artworks for Living Legacies: In Sickness and In Health.

Living Legacies

The programme was conducted on Saturday, 23 May, 11am. You may enjoy the programme’s recording below.


In this panel discussion, contemporary artists Adeline Kueh, Divaagar and la will share the processes behind their newly commissioned digital artworks for Living Legacies: In Sickness and In Health, and their personal experiences with traditional healing practices.


This programme is part of Living Legacies: In Sickness and In Health, a digital programme for the Singapore HeritageFest 2021 brought to you by the National Heritage Board and co-organised with Plural Art Mag. You may also check out the Living Legacies website here.



Plural Art Mag

Plural Art Mag, ( owned and operated by (Plu)ral Art LLP is a dynamic online art magazine with a specific focus on Southeast Asian modern and contemporary art, run by (Plu)ral Art LLP. Plural Art Mag is the only Southeast Asian art platform which marries art historical perspectives with entertaining content on art-related food, fashion and travel. Their writers tell stories about local and regional art, artists and art events in an intelligent, yet accessible, lively and fun way. In addition to its editorial work, (Plu)ral Art LLP owns and operates Shop Plural (, an online store featuring original art and art objects by local and regional artists.

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