How are things, 2018 / by Michael Lee

Michael Lee,  How are things , 2018, holographic stickers on risers on Woodlands Stadium grandstand, Singapore, part of the public art exhibition, “Placing Home: Woodlands”, curated by Wang Ruo Bing for Arts in Your Neighbourhood, 2018. Photo by Ken Cheong.

Michael Lee, How are things, 2018, holographic stickers on risers on Woodlands Stadium grandstand, Singapore, part of the public art exhibition, “Placing Home: Woodlands”, curated by Wang Ruo Bing for Arts in Your Neighbourhood, 2018. Photo by Ken Cheong.

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How are things greets stadium users, HDB residents and MRT commuters with a casual question. Realised using holographic stickers, which are often used in security systems, this large-scale text installation poses further questions about what it means to communicate sensitively for mutual flourishing.

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Michael Lee,  How are things  (detail), 2018, holographic stickers on risers on Woodlands Stadium grandstand, Singapore, part of the public art exhibition, “Placing Home: Woodlands”, curated by Wang Ruo Bing for Arts in Your Neighbourhood, 2018. Photo by Ken Cheong.

Michael Lee, How are things (detail), 2018, holographic stickers on risers on Woodlands Stadium grandstand, Singapore, part of the public art exhibition, “Placing Home: Woodlands”, curated by Wang Ruo Bing for Arts in Your Neighbourhood, 2018. Photo by Ken Cheong.

Michael Lee,  How are things  (detail), 2018, holographic stickers on risers on Woodlands Stadium grandstand, Singapore, part of the public art exhibition, “Placing Home: Woodlands”, curated by Wang Ruo Bing for Arts in Your Neighbourhood, 2018. Photo by Ken Cheong.

Michael Lee, How are things (detail), 2018, holographic stickers on risers on Woodlands Stadium grandstand, Singapore, part of the public art exhibition, “Placing Home: Woodlands”, curated by Wang Ruo Bing for Arts in Your Neighbourhood, 2018. Photo by Ken Cheong.