At 85, Singapore artist Goh Beng Kwan looks to NFT, augmented reality as part of latest show

Mr Goh Beng Kwan says that the computer "can be considered as a new medium for art and the way of the future". ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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SINGAPORE - At 85, artist Goh Beng Kwan is going digital, incorporating NFT (non-fungible token) artwork and augmented reality (AR) into his latest exhibition.

"It keeps my practice relevant and allows me to better appreciate new art forms," says the second-generation Singaporean artist.

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