“If you can dream a better world you can make a better world or perhaps travel between them” is a poetic recording – in sound and sculptural form ; of the passing of time through the mapping of the physical features that make up our transient landscape.
Previously, we featured a video interview with this young and upcoming artist on her unique craft of hand-cut paper and laser-cut metal sculpture for the Singapore Biennale here.
While we that her efforts for that installation was laborious, do you really know what goes on behind the scenes? Now, a hands-on silkscreen printing workshop is available and hosted by Melissa Tan on Nov 26 from 1 – 4PM.
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