The Singapore Memory Project

March 21, 2014

The Singapore Memory Project

Close your eyes and think of the smells that you associate with this island nation: with its beautiful rainforests, its warm and garrulous taxi drivers, its food courts, and the kindliness and generosity of its residents. A memory DNA of Singapore: The Olfactory Memory Project went live on 20th March, at KEEPERS, 230 Orchard Road with 3 Installations and 11 Scents reminiscent of the island.







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