Night Festival 2012 – Singapore Art Museum
Fuman Art collaborates with Singapore Art Museum (SAM) to present Stephane Blanquet’s “Distorted Forest” for the Night Lights festival 2012 held over two weekends on 24-25 August and 31 August – 1 September.
This installation “Distorted Forest” plays with the use of lights and shadows. Blanquet readapts the Chinese technique of shadow play and creates a forest populated with six larger-than-life-size half-plant, half-insect elements in the Queen Courtyard of the Singapore Art Museum. With a specially designed light system, the shadows of the elements will be projected on the walls to create a stormy and haunted forest.
Night scene with the effect of red, blue, yellow and white lights.
Hand-outs of the Distorted Forest ‘artwork’ on paper.
Each sculptures are available in limited edition of 8. Please contact us for more details.
To see more of Stephane Blanquet’s work, click here.
To see Art Gardens 2013 Singapore Art Museum, installation by Stephane Blanquet, click here.