Kilo Stories is a series of interviews. We trace the experiences and ideas of the makers of the island, the drivers of change; we capture artists, designers, community volunteers, architects and researchers. The talks are intimate, candid, and hosted at Kilo.
By recording and sharing their thoughts, we hope to offer a platform to compare ideas. Every speaker answers the same questions, relating his or her story in relation to Singapore. Our goal is to inspire ideas and reflection.
Discover their studies, the moment they had the big idea, their inspiration, their work, how they collaborate with other people, how they pass on their message, the challenges they faced, and how they have been inspired by their environment.
We delve into the most haunted places in Singapore, why advertisements are the creative gymnasium for local artists, and why Virginia Woolf should have had dinner with the Dalai Lama. Listen to their story or pick a topic and listen to how different or similar their experience is.
Kilo Stories is curated by Ludovica Tomarchio von Richthofen, an independent curator based in Singapore. Prior to this, she worked in Berlin and Muscat.