occupies one unit of
the many Housing Development Board
(HDB) flats in the northern part of
Proudly containing a library,
two working rooms, a kitchen and a
storeroom (which HDB intended as a bomb shelter),
it is the living, drawing, thinking, reading,
writing, publishing, sharing, cooking and hiding
space of Singapore artist Tang Ling Nah.
Friday, April 30, 2010
Artwork: Sheltering, 2009
Title: Sheltering Medium: Charcoal on paper Dimensions: 61.5 x 106.5cm Year: 2009
This drawing was inspired by a view of a Tiong Bahru flat in Singapore. It was exhibited in Unfamiliar Familiarity at FOST Gallery, Singapore in 2009.