Abstract

Singha the Courtesy Lion and the Merlion, a touristic icon, are among several leonine symbols deployed by the Singaporean state in its persistent effort to manage national identity and police subjectivity. Artists have responded with playful and affective inscriptions of a “feline imaginary” that expands and contests the narrow terms of the official symbology.

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