Sky Vue

Soaring Songs

Sculpture, Powder-coated stainless steel, 240x700x250cm , 2016
Artist:  Baet Yeok Kuan (b.1961), Singapore
 
Location:  Sky Vue Level 1, Singapore

 

Baet Yeok Kuan’s sculpture is inspired by the migration trajectory of the Arctic tern – a seabird that annually travels the longest migratory distances known to man; from Arctic to Antarctica and back. The flock of coloured stainless steel birds in dynamic motion symbolises freedom, hope, exploration, and infinite quest.

Artist’s Biography

Baet Yeok Kuan has a Diploma in Fine Art (Painting) from Nayang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore, and a MA in Fine Arts (Sculpture) from University of Central England, Birmingham, UK. His sculpures can be found in many public spaces in Singapore, and is also collected by museums, corporations, and private collectors. Baet has won awards such as the Young Artist Award from National Arts Council, Singapore, and the Grand Prize of the UOB Painting of the Year Competition.

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