Rediscover Little India through multisensorial artworks
It's that time of the year again when the walls of Little India are washed with new bright colours, and the district becomes even more vibrant with the celebration of the arts. ARTWALK Little India is back for its fifth edition from 18 January to 2 February, the longest run of the festival to date. The theme this year is Image and Sound of Fragrance. From wall murals to dance performances to theatrical storytelling, the artworks this year bring to life the rich sights, smells and sounds of the community.
Many of the performances and workshops are free, and the popular guided tours by Monster Day Tours have been fully booked! Not to worry, though; we took a preview of the festival highlights and our little guide can help you plan what artworks you should put on your agenda, and where to find them.
8. Midnight Shadow Meets the Morning Echoes
Also exhibited at UltraSuperNew Gallery, this piece by Singaporean artist Angie Seah is no ordinary artwork. For starters, it’s not just a visual experience. Put your ear close to it, and you can hear voices, whispers, scraps of conversations the artist recorded during the wee hours of the day around Little India.
Find it at: UltraSuperNew Gallery – 107 Rowell Road, Singapore 208031