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Routine as Repertoire



Chronicles of the Chronic Exhibition

at the Rochester Art Center: August 26, 2023 - March 31, 2024

Event - Routine and illness: A conversation about labor, care and structure

with Hanna Barton PH.D., and Kasey Boehmer PH.D., M.P.H.
Wednesday, February 28 | 6:30 PM (Central Standard Time) 4:30PM (Pacific Standard Time)


Installation at USC Keck School of Medicine

Event Recording at Keck School of Medicine HEAL Program
Artist-in-Residence Ted Meyer interviews artist Wang-San Sit, and Dr. Pamela Mikkelsen, Orthopedic Clinical Specialist and Assistant Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy

Event Recording

Online Event: Routine as Repertoire: Reflections on the Personal in the Public

Fri, January 29, 2021, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM PST
Sat, January 30, 2021, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM SGT

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What does it mean to share our routines in public, especially when they reflect intimate moments of vulnerability, tedium, resilience, and fear?

Please join our friends who participated in Routine As Repertoire for this discussion. They will also be sharing some of the routines that have been incorporated into their lives as their bodies go through transformations or challenges.

Routine as Repertoire’s virtual presentation is supported by the Digital Presentation Grant for the Arts (DPG), National Arts Council Singapore.

This event is in conjunction with Borderline, an exhibition supported and sponsored by Angels Gate Cultural Center, on view virtually January 22nd at

X-RAY Showcase & Behind the Scenes

Installation at Angel Gate Cultural Center

Weng San Sit Unfulfilled Installation of Routines as RepertoirePaper and Ink 2 x Tabloid Sized Paper

“These images are part of the multi-media installation that I envisioned to be part of the show. I am grateful for the opportunity given to me by the curators and Angel Gate Cultural Center to show this work here. I am, however, unable to present this as envisioned as the gallery space is on the second floor, and is not accessible to many of my collaborators and those who I hope the work can reach. To my knowledge, AGCC has been trying to make this pre-war building wheelchair-accessible.   At the moment, the cost is too high for the non-profit. Hopefully in the near future, their good work with the community and artists can also be shared with those who are unable to enter today. In the meantime, you can learn more about Routines as Repertoire on or use the below QR Code.

-Weng San Sit”