|LCSG coming in!|
|Most On the ball LTG-er. Chan Wai Lim shares on Little thought group work to lovecyclingsg folks|
I really like the fact that it was a mix of all types of art and design. From product design, furniture, furnishing to even architectural, fine arts, graphic and installation pieces being presented in ONE SINGULAR location. This is really quite cool.
I was very honored that lovecyclingsg folks came to see the event and support my work:) Thank you friends!
|LCSG folks coming to see my work. thank you. Its very nice of u!|
My work Ode to Duchamp is made with the help of Ductile pte ltd team(my brother's workers) and myself. I deliberately kept it low tech as I wanted the message of hand built and using old recycled parts to come through.
These are the work in progress and I spent many weeks prior the event getting it done. Lots of sweat and effort but really fulfilling.
In my day job where all the models are now CNC machine cut and we are totally seperated from the actual act of model making.
Many of our designers have already lost the ability to make things. To me, that's really a sad thing.
I also wanted my work to have an interactive element to it. To allow the audience interact and touch the work. I love it when they turn the crank and hear the noise and clatter. They would light up and start to ask... what the hell is this?
|A smile when he spin the crank... the clatter and movement captivates the little one!|
|The elder giving it a go|
|overworked and needed field repairs but it was good to see children messing with it|
This questions are what Marcel Duchamp asked in 1915. 100 years ago and still very valid questions.
There are so many good works like Miun's "marriage"
|Miun and her really nice flowers - photo credit Esther Lim|
|super passionate WaiLim and her animals|
|This a cool idea "grave of ideas"|
Photos of the great event here