Art on campus


A collaborative Public Art initiative with NTU Museum, LKCMedicine’s Experimental Medicine Building (EMB) not only hosts exhibitions, it is also home to permanent art installations. Here are some of the latest additions:

Delia 1.JPGRed Solace

by Delia Prvacki
Handmade painted and glazed ceramic, cast in fibreglass reinforced concrete
H600 x L2400 x W800 mm, 2006

Red Solace reminds the viewer of an intense, warm and sensual body that represents life and vitality. It is functional as it doubles up as a bench at the drop-off point of EMB.

 

Ina.JPGInternal External

by Ina Conradi Chavez
Associate Professor, NTU School of Art, Design & Media
Digital print on fabric (mounted on LED lightbox)
H2450 x L3000 x W8 mm, 2009

Internal External, a new media work, explores organic and natural design, using dreams as a conceptual motif and adopting simulated natural phenomena, such as flow and growth.

 

 

Delia 2.JPGHourglass

by Delia Prvacki

Handmade painted and glazed ceramic, cast in fibreglass reinforced concrete
H2110 x L1140 x W240 mm, 2006

Hourglass encapsulates the notion of the passing of time.

 

 

 

 

Vibeke.JPGMood of Singapore

by Vibeke Sorensen
Chair, NTU School of Art, Design & Media

Mixed media (LED, acrylic, metal)
H650 x W2400 mm, 2016


Mood of Singapore is a dynamic interactive painting that emits light and sound, and animates in reflection of the ‘live’ emotions expressed by people in Singapore through social media.

 

Meridel.JPGVolcanic Leaf Suspended

by Meridel Rubenstein
Visiting Associate Professor, NTU School of Art, Design & Media

Dye sublimation pigment process on prepared aluminium
H1750 x W850 mm, 2011


Volcanic Leaf Suspended is part of The Volcano Cycle series of photographic images. The Volcano Cycle is part of a larger project, Eden Turned on its Side, which looks at ecological processes across time that either reinforce or destroy the notion of Eden.