If you are heading out for your weekend cycle or letting your kids explore more Singapore, you might want to visit these parks for some pictures!
From now till 30 October 2022, engage with five public art installations located across three park spaces – Bishan-AMK Park, Jurong Lake Gardens, and Punggol Waterway Park, from the east to the west of Singapore.
Commissioned by the Public Art Trust (PAT) under the National Arts Council (NAC), these works were developed based on the multitude of changes experienced in our daily lives since the onset of COVID-19. As You Were offers the public an opportunity to reconnect with nature as well as one another through fun and meaningful artworks that encourage a sense of play. It is also a reflection of the nation opening up, and the artworks serve as a timely reminder for the public to connect, communicate and play as we step out of the pandemic.
4. Afloat by Ang Song Nian
Taking inspiration from two ubiquitous objects – the paper boat and the mask, Afloat represents our solidarity and determination to overcome our challenges.
Location: Punggol Waterway Park