Light / Dark mode

29 September 2021 – “Plant AM Plant PM” at Room 14 Space

Sure, we love going to blockbuster shows at major art institutions that showcase works of important artists, but we have a soft spot for indie art spaces and the cool, quirky, interesting shows that they put on too. They offer an opportunity for us to discover new artists we might not have known about before and we always enjoy the point of view and perspectives that each individual or collective brings.

Case in point – Plant AM, Plant PM at Room 14 Space in Pearl’s Hill Terrace. Founder Luis Princep Fabra has brought together a diverse group of artists, both local and international, and mounted an immersive show that engages with nature and plant life through diverse media and material.

The exhibition makes full use of every available space (including the window panes and ceiling!). In the Feature Image (above) Ong Kian Peng’s A Walk Up Pearl’s Hill, a photogrammetic scan of a Tembusu tree is projected on the ceiling, while Planeswalker’s sound installation Mycelial weaves its way around the room wrapping you in an immersive soundscape.

The show ends soon – the last day is this Sunday, 3 October. You can schedule your visit at:

Tiffany Loy’s embroidery sculptures in Lines in Space II evoke corals, shells and other sea creatures.