This is a photograph of a digital projection of the Adinandra Belukar vegetation on a screen in a dark room. The title of this art work refers to "regrowth vegetation that occurs where primary forest had been cleared for development in Singapore. It occupies marginal spaces in a city where every square inch is accounted for; it is neglected and unruly, but at the same time, spontaneous, creative and tough. The artist, Genevieve Chua, intended to create a landscape that was an extension of nature, where a viewer would be able to see things in the dark and focus their senses on all things ambiguous." This art installation was featured at the Singapore Biennale 2011 (Old Kallang Airport). Title given by artist.
From the Little Red Dot Collection. All rights reserved. National Library Board, 2011