24 Hours in Singapore

Year: 2015

By Baet Yeok Kuan


Material : Stainless Steel

Location : Front lawn, Asian Civilisations Museum

Duration : Permanent

Collection : Public Art Trust

Dimensions : Dimensions variable


24 Hours in Singapore is an interactive audio sculpture installation that acts as an audio time capsule capturing sounds of Singapore. With the passage of time, this sculpture will serve as a remembrance of the rich intangible heritage of our daily lives in Singapore circa 2015. The installation's audio recordings feature familiar sounds of everyday people, places and scenes, from the sounds of traffic in suburban heartlands and MRT trains to the daily chatter in wet markets and coffee shops.

This artwork is proudly sponsored by the Real Estate Developers’ Association of Singapore (REDAS).

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Front lawn, Asian Civilisations Museum

1 Empress Pl, Singapore 179555

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