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Ng's 1+1=1 series can be easily identified by the fairly squarish frames and the characteristic diagonal running across the frames. The exhibition's theme is complemented by a collection of Ng's maquettes, figurines, ceramics, pottery and sculptures.
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Ng's 1+1=1 series can be easily identified by the fairly squarish frames and the characteristic diagonal running across the frames. The exhibition's theme is complemented by a collection of Ng's maquettes, figurines, ceramics, pottery and sculptures.
BT_20160513_UHGEOMETRYBNIA_2275190.jpg
Ng's 1+1=1 series can be easily identified by the fairly squarish frames and the characteristic diagonal running across the frames. The exhibition's theme is complemented by a collection of Ng's maquettes, figurines, ceramics, pottery and sculptures.

Ng Eng Teng's take on geometrical shapes

This new exhibition showcases works that move away from the sculptor's usual bulbous forms.

BULBOUS sculptures and the mother and child form are the trademark shapes of the late sculptor Ng Eng Teng, but what is less well-known is that he also experimented briefly with geometrical shapes. The latter was what caught the attention of NUS Museum assistant curator Kenneth Tay, who was