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De Rangoli

When viewed from afar, De Rangoli is just like any other ordinary Rangoli artwork. Upon closer inspection however, De Rangoli offers a twist.

Instead of coloured powder, it is made up of bristles that were extracted from the hardware stores neon brooms which are commonly found along the streets of Little India. Securing the materials on a board and framing it up, the fleeting nature of Rangol art is now made permanent for unceasing appreciation.

Year:

2022

Curator:

Rodney Loh

Yeo Ker Siang

Exhibited at Kitchener Link for Dellaboration, as a part of Singapore Design Week

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The original vow gradually fades for a different message to surface using the letters and words from the vow.

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The original vow gradually fades for a different message to surface using the letters and words from the vow.

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The original vow gradually fades for a different message to surface using the letters and words from the vow.

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The original vow gradually fades for a different message to surface using the letters and words from the vow.

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