Riot means “against”, “react” and “reactions”. But it normally happens when there’s a sign of opposition towards an idea nor opinion. Nevertheless, that sort of preliminary perspective derived from our personal point of view as a spectator. Therefore, the perspective derives from the position of participants could by de facto mean the notion of “togetherness” and at the same time“the solidity of the minority. Furthermore, riot too symbolized the impossibility of assimilation to a preordained condition. Alas, riot is a gesture of alienation. However, we wanted to eliminate the melancholic side of Foucault's heterotopia by embracing its optimistic values of the neverending collective process that could drive diversity. Nevertheless, riot as heterotopia as mirage means existence might not  define by any form constructed

Team members:  Edmund Tan, Jowin Foo