A Secret Garden

Sculptures by Taiwanese artist Lee Kuang-yu float across the Cloud Forest in a new show

Lee Kuang-yu's Thinker (above, at the waterfall at the Cloud Forest) is a homage to Auguste Rodin's work of the same name and was reinterpreted using a calligraphic approach. PHOTOS: GARDENS BY THE BAY
Lee Kuang-yu's (above) Thinker is a homage to Auguste Rodin's work of the same name and was reinterpreted using a calligraphic approach. PHOTOS: GARDENS BY THE BAY
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Visitors to the Cloud Forest will find themselves stepping into a Sculptor's Secret Garden with themes that seem to have popped out of the pages of Biophilia.

The 1984 book - by American biologist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Edward O. Wilson - popularised the notion that humans have an innate need to connect with nature.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 08, 2020, with the headline A Secret Garden. Subscribe