Edited from a thesis originally submitted for an MA at the School of Media Studies, The New School, in 2019. The research departs and builds on the author’s earlier project Concrete Island (2016) and his broader interest in thinking about/from Singapore through media theory. The essay weaves through various local key events, designed objects and artworks, broader theoretical ideas in geography and urban studies, and a series of relevant maps illustrating logistical and infrastructural flows.
The Sea is All Highway is a condensed version of Flat Spaces.
Written by Kenneth Tay
Edited and Designed by gideon-jamie
Published by Temporary Press
Format: Softcover, 88 pages
Dimensions: 180 x 118 mm
Full Title: The Sea is All Highway: Singapore & Global Logistical Media of the Global Surface
Publication Date: 2019