Created in defiance to regimes, and in solidarity to those who have to keep their silence.
Video art in reaction to the Singapore government's imprisonment of Amos Yee, and his vilification by the brainwashed populace. Amos was convicted under a false charge of offending Christian sensibilities when he spoke out in a vlog against the cult of Lee Kuan Yew and compared him to Hitler.
As there is no free speech, Stephen Chen sings the "Alleluia" excerpt from Mozart's Exsulate Jubilate to use a "Christian sensibility" to stick it to the powers that be. This footage shot in a vlog style is punctuated with footage from Lee Kuan Yew's state funeral, that becomes indistinguishable from a celebration when sped up. A critique of both the regime and those who defend it.