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Corporate Events
Infinite x Philip Morris Candle Making Workshop
  In line with the holiday spirit, Infinite organised a Christmas-themed candle making workshop for the wonderful staff of Philip Morris International. The workshop was held once again at our stylish studio at Spottiswoode Park, but instead of a table strewn with slabs of clay, this time, the aromatic scents of sake, roses and vanilla filled the room.     Before the actual candle making began, we wanted to warm…
Corporate Events
Infinite x Syngenta Ceramic Workshop
If you have read our previous post on Infinite x Syngenta Quinoa Workshop, this is the second part where the same enthusiastic bunch joined us again for a Ceramic Workshop at our stylish studio located at Spottiswoode Park. Amidst all the beautifully reserved Peranakan shophouses, I’m sure this is a great place for art creation. After welcoming the attendees with our special homemade fruit and tea infusion water, (If you…
Current Happenings
SPACE’s 16th Anniversary: A Conversation with Jean-Marie Massaud
In celebration of Space Asia’s 16th anniversary, SPACE invited world-renowned architect and designer, Jean-Marie Massaud, to Singapore to give a design talk as part of its celebratory programme. The Infinite team attended the event a few days ago and it was truly an insightful experience diving into the designer’s mind. The talk delved into his many collaborations and inspirations which developed his ideas, and ultimately how these ideas were brought…
Current Happenings
REVIEW: Grandmother Tongue
A touching story of the isolation of an elderly woman who speaks only Teochew   Last Sunday, the Infinite team was charmed by one of Singapore’s highly acclaimed Wild Rice’s production, Grandmother Tongue. Written and directed by Thomas Lim, Grandmother Tongue draws on his personal experience in exploring a dimension of his Teochew roots. If you have not watched or heard about the show, here’s why you should.   An…
Current Happenings
What if Polka Dots Are More Than Just Polka Dots?
What we see as an obsession, is often a reflection of ones mindset. A world of polka dots and repetitive patterns is reality to esteemed Japanese artist and writer, Yayoi Kusama. Her unique form of expression has become a touch point for everyone that’s come across her artwork. What seemed to be a mere repetition shape has now been given a new interpretation for us to explore beyond our own…