Title of installation
Time seems to be unnoticeable and faster in library relatively, as students concentrate on their work with so much effort, event without noticing time change outside.
I’m eager to juxtapose Singapore life with the idea of timelessness, as life in Singapore cycles forever in Summer and as a residence, we seldom experience natural phenomenon change.
So the concept was embodied in a one-day journey in Singapore, focusing on different experience in morning, noon and night. By contrasting static elements, the looped motion indicates the idea of infinity and relativeness of time.
Inspired by Zen(襌), the artwork is also a gate away from the busy school work, which allows students to mediate and clear their thoughts.
Description of Installation: Indicate the material used in your work and how you plan in install them.
It is a digital work in which the artist presents us with 3 photo frames. Each one is inserted with an iPad, plugged with a set of earphone. Audience are allow to listen to the music which watching the looped video.
3 photo frames will be placed on tables beside A/V viewing carrels or behind book shelfs.
visualisation of proposed installation