The Living project (2011)

Célébration (à Singapour) (2011)

Fish with glittering scales or a champagne flute with glowing bubbles… this 8-metre high sculpture, backlit by hundreds of LEDs, is made up of 3000 flowers created from used plastic bottles. The Living project was designed for the Light Marina Bay 2010 in Singapore by a group of Singaporean artists. It diffuses a soft bluish light, emitting a universal language of peace and heightens our sensitivity towards preservation of the environment through art.

Students and young artists participated in producing the installation.


Project supported by the National Art Council, Singapore international Foundation for a better world, Tote Board. Partner :Veolia Environnement

Living Project