What would you do for love?
For Singaporean artist Wei, of Very Small Exhibition, that’s bringing LOVE all around Singapore on foot.
Bring LOVE Everywhere is a unique project that aims to bring communities together and inspire people to think about their own expressions of love. Although Love is a universal language that everyone can identify with, it is not often a spoken expression in Asia. Coupled with the effects of the pandemic, there is simply no better time to spread messages of love between people.
Bring LOVE Everywhere features an interactive light art installation made out of recycled plastic bottles. Anyone can write a message of love to contribute to the sculpture, and fill their environment with hearts and messages of love with original AR filters.
Kicking off with a six-night 130km journey, Wei will push the light sculpture on foot across the island to form a heart-shaped map route. The sculpture will then make its first exhibition stop at the National Design Centre, where it will sit at the Victoria Street Entrance from 11 – 25 February, then at the Queen Street Entrance until 11 March.
There will also be monthly podcasts that explore topics of love with a variety of guests, hosted by Wei and presentation trainer-coach Gary Chin.
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Very Small Exhibition
Very Small Exhibition started with three friends as an experimental exhibition / installation / project space in 2013, with the intention to give designers and artists a platform to experiment and showcase their work and hopefully bring a smile, curiosity or even wtf-ness to anyone walking past the work. As the lead artist, Wei is known for his Very Momentary Exhibition work in Singapore. He has collaborated on projects for Singapore Night Festivals, i-Light Marina, NOISE Singapore and other projects in Singapore, Prague and New York.
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Name: Wei Lieh Lee