Had a really long chat with one of the best art writers in town, Mayo Matin of TODAY. This is by far one of the best interviews I’ve done, and having Mayo write it is an honour for me. Special thanks to Don Wong who took amazing shots and taught me some things on photography, he has an amazing eye for detail. The past year has been a hell of a journey, and it is with great pleasure that I am able to share my story with everyone through this interview.
“SO WHAT WAS THIS ACT OF PUTTING UP STICKERS FOR YOU?
It was an act of reclaiming spaces, to make Singapore feel like Singapore again. It was my reaction to the surroundings and the people who inhabit these spaces. It was meant to relate to people, to form that connection with that Singaporean in them. What we have is unique. I wanted people to look around, to lighten up with a little humor. Your day doesn’t have to be just nine to five. You don’t really have to go around looking at the same things and complaining this place is boring. I wanted people to look around and see that we are beautiful.”
Read it HERE.