An unusual perfume bar has sprung up at the Singapore Art Museum. It has scents nobody would want to dab on his wrist, although some might cling to his clothes.
Filipino artist Christina Goldie Poblador has created the smells of a city: Think whiffs of gasoline or rotten eggs, which is supposed to remind people of government. There are more pleasant fragrances too, which are associated with friendship and family.
—From Whiffs of memory as art at The Malaysian Insider.