Amateur Mobile Photography Of National Gallery Of Singapore #17

An art to illustrate the misery and suffering of people.

In the current world situation with the coronavirus, we do know that there are people suffering.

The people of Wuhan were locked down with food and medical supply running low.

Life may not always be easy but the will and hope of a better tomorrow can keep us in this journey.

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Amateur Mobile Photography Of National Gallery Of Singapore #16

This optical illusion was found at the ground level where visitors can walk past a pathway made of glass surface.

My son was standing on the glass surface while a photograph was taken.

It looked like he was standing on books at a high level.

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Amateur Mobile Photography Of National Gallery Of Singapore #15

The National Gallery Of Singapore used to be the Supreme Court Of  The Colony.

The above stated that it was open by Sir Thomas Shenton Whitelegge Thomas G.C.M.G. O.B.E. Governor and Commander in Chief  of the straits settlements and handed over to Sir Percy McElwaine Chief Justice on the Third Day of August A.D. 1939 in the Third Year Of the reign of His Majesty King George VI.

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The old things can become wonderful art that reminds us of the past.

The above are things that were kept from the World War.

These things may not be weapons to remind us of the misery of war but it can ignite our reflection of how life would be like during a war.

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Amateur Mobile Photography Of National Gallery Of Singapore #13

The following is an exhibit of the old helmet used during World War.

War is never a pleasant thing. It not only affects the economy but it also causes suffering to everyone when one loses his life or one loses the loved ones.

It is a good reminder that we should make every effort not to go into war but seek peace.

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Amateur Mobile Photography Of National Gallery Of Singapore #12

At the first look, one may think it is made from white styrofoam.

The above art was actually formed by bubbles that were constantly being produced.

It was a free form of art that may change in shape was some bubbles burst.

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Amateur Mobile Photography Of National Gallery Of Singapore #11

Music can be a form of art when different sounds are being put together in coordination.

The above was an interesting way to produce sounds where we can see lightbulbs at the bottom.

We have seen how people were able to use cups with water to produce different sounds and music.

There is really no limitation of how far human creativity can stretch.

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Amateur Mobile Photography Of National Gallery Of Singapore #10

This guy painted himself yellow and squeezed himself into a small tub.

Is this a form of art using human body in different ways?

What was the man trying to express?

We often paint ourselves into different colours to suit and fit into different situation with different people.

We may compromise ourselves into tight spot because of the benefits or critical situations.

Life does not often allow us to be ourselves due to the need for survival in this competitive world.

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Amateur Mobile Photography Of National Gallery Of Singapore #9

A human-like structure with a fork-like head.

One would wonder whether it was an idol worshipped by the ancient people.

There were many different stones that were created by different parts of the world to form the figures of their believed gods.

The reality of these gods may not be true but their faith may bring what they believed into reality.

Human faith can work miracle when one can bring a dream or hope into reality.

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Amateur Mobile Photography Of National Gallery Of Singapore #8

It was another unique art piece.

Look at how the stones were placed below of the human shaped structure.

We can see a total of 4 stones below that were linked to a string.

There were also smaller stones hanging below the structure.

It does look like one who was doing serious mediation.

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