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Loo Zihan, with part of his installation, Of Public Interest: The Singapore Art Museum Resource Room. The artist has arranged the collection chronologically according to publication date to show how the interest of the museum has evolved.,

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The other artists on the shortlist are Ong Kian Peng (above); Bani Haykal, posing with his installation necropolis for those without sleep; Ang Song Ming; and Ezzam Rahman, whose Allow Me to Introduce Myself, an installation with talcum powder, second-hand furniture and bell jars, is pictured

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The other artists on the shortlist are Ong Kian Peng; Bani Haykal (above), posing with his installation necropolis for those without sleep; Ang Song Ming; and Ezzam Rahman, whose Allow Me to Introduce Myself, an installation with talcum powder, second-hand furniture and bell jars, is pictured

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The other artists on the shortlist are Ong Kian Peng; Bani Haykal, posing with his installation necropolis for those without sleep; Ang Song Ming (above); and Ezzam Rahman, whose Allow Me to Introduce Myself, an installation with talcum powder, second-hand furniture and bell jars, is pictured

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The other artists on the shortlist are Ong Kian Peng; Bani Haykal, posing with his installation necropolis for those without sleep; Ang Song Ming; and Ezzam Rahman, whose Allow Me to Introduce Myself, an installation with talcum powder, second-hand furniture and bell jars, is pictured (above)

Re-organising art museum's collection of 5,000 books

Loo Zihan, who is one of five artists shortlisted for the President's Young Talents award, reflects on his art installation.
Aug 21, 2015 5:50 AM

ARTIST Loo Zihan likes to organise and sequence information, and he also has a passion for unpacking obscure knowledge. Give him access to the Singapore Art Museum's resources centre, and voila, his art installation represents exactly that - a re-organisation of the museum's some 5,000 books.

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