Sensorium 360°

Sensorium 360° is an exhibition of Southeast Asian and Asian contemporary art that calls upon the complexity of the human senses, and explores how sensory experiences locate us in understanding the world and knowing the self. While the five senses of sight, hearing, taste, touch and smell are the most commonly known, other identified senses include the ability to detect movement, pain, balance and even time. Often taken for granted, these physiological capacities are indispensable in enabling us to apprehend the world within and without – taking in its pleasures and pains, even as we absorb data and information.

Spanning the fields of art, phenomenology, philosophy and cognitive psychology, Sensorium 360° is a visual art exhibition that moves beyond vision to 'see' the world through the other senses, and to experience it in-the-round.

artists & artworks

Bui Cong Khanh
Chicken Rice in the Border (2014)


Lavender Chang
Unconsciousness: Consciousness (2011 – 2013)
Transcendence (2014)


Tad Ermitaño
Twinning Machine 4.0 (2014)


Li Hui
Cage (2006 – 2014)


Alecia Neo
Unseen: Touch Field (2014)

Goldie Poblador
May Puno sa Dibdib ng Kamatayan (There is a tree in the heart of death) (2014)


Pinaree Sanpitak
noon-nom (2001 – 2002)


Eugene Soh
The Overview Installation (2013 – 2014)


Linda Solay
Continuum of Consciousness (2012)


Melati Suryodarmo
Alé Lino (2003 – 2014)


Mark Wong
Memory Rifts (2014)


ale lino

melati suryodarmo

2003 – 2014

durational performance with relics and video documentation


li hui

2006 – 2014

installation with green iodide lasers and fog machines


pinaree sanpitak

2001 – 2002

organza, synthetic fibres, 55 pieces