There is a Window in My Eye if You Look in You will See the Sky
Steel, plywood, photographic vinyl, 5.6 x 4.3m each (4 panels)
There is a Window in My Eye if You Look in You will See the Sky, is a suspended universe of gradient hues rippling across 4 large panels in the National Gallery atrium.
Derived from Singapore’s sky at sunrise and sunset, the lenticular hues coalesce in a domino of horizons, which unravel with one’s movement around them, giving a sense of time passing from dawn to dusk and back again.
Based on my ongoing study of the relationship between time and ephemerality, the installation is an expression of time in light and colour.