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.
Tuesday, February 1, 2011
Artwork: Descending/Ascending, 2001
Title: Descending/Ascending Medium: Charcoal on paper Dimensions: 145 x 140cm (framed sizes) Year: 2001
This was exhibited in my first solo exhibition activated C in 2002, and also in Reminiscing on Paper at AFC Gallery, in Unfamiliar Familiarity at FOST Gallery in 2009.