Artists go big for Bicentennial

Artist Robert Zhao with a model of his work, The Time Tree, which takes inspiration from a huge tree in Changi used as a landmark for nearly a century.
Artist Robert Zhao with a model of his work, The Time Tree, which takes inspiration from a huge tree in Changi used as a landmark for nearly a century.

Works by local artists Robert Zhao and Speak Cryptic go on show tomorrow

Two large-scale installations by Singaporean artists Robert Zhao and Speak Cryptic will go on display from tomorrow for six months.

The works, funded by the Public Art Trust to the tune of $100,000 each, were shortlisted from 48 entries.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 27, 2019, with the headline 'Artists go big for Bicentennial'. Print Edition | Subscribe