Bicentennial art commissions on display for six months at Fort Canning and East Coast parks

Artist Farizwan Fajari, also known as Speak Cryptic, and his Crossing Shores installation.
Artist Farizwan Fajari, also known as Speak Cryptic, and his Crossing Shores installation.ST PHOTO: ONG WEE KIAT

SINGAPORE - Two large-scale installations by Singaporean artists Robert Zhao and Speak Cryptic will go on display from Wednesday (Aug 28) 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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