RSCLS takes centre stage with an installation for Esplanade’s new venue

(From left) Spaz and Zero of street art collective RSCLS, with their work for the Singtel Waterfront Theatre facade. ST PHOTO: JASON QUAH
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SINGAPORE – Street art collective RSCLS will soon adorn the facade of the Singtel Waterfront Theatre with its work.

Wax And Wane, inspired by phases of the moon, marks a milestone for urban art in Singapore. It is the first time street art is taking centre stage in a specially commissioned work splashed across the front of a high-profile arts venue.

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