• EVENTS,  OUTFITS

    National Gallery: Minimalism: Space. Light. Object

    I visited the latest exhibition held in a first-ever collaboration between the National Gallery and the ArtScience Museum yesterday! Minimalism: Space. Light. Object is split among two venues and will be running until mid-April 2019. I took some pictures of my favourite pieces as usual: Mega Death by Tatsuo Miyajima, 1999/2016LED, IC, electric wire & infrared sensor Mega Death is a dark room lit only by blue LED lights – numbers that count down at different rates, until suddenly the entire room plunges into darkness. The intervals are pretty long, so we were lucky to have viewed this piece at the right time to experience it! Room For One Colour…

  • Lazada X Corlison - Essano
    OUTFITS,  REVIEW

    Lazada 11.11 Surprise Box 2018: Corlison – Essano

    It’s almost 11 November, which means that the 11.11 sales are about to begin! I had the luck to have the opportunity to review another Surprise Box for the Lazada 11.11 Mega Sale, which not only features 1111 Flash Sales (commenced on 1 November), but also boasts sales of up to 90% off. I’ve done a few Lifestyle and Electronics Surprise Boxes before, but this time I was interested to see what the Beauty Surprise Box had in store for me. My answer came in a Lazada x Corlison – Essano Surprise Box! This box contains a few Essano skincare items that are worth about SGD$100 in total, and will be sold for SGD$29…

  • Wind Walkers: Theo Jansen's Strandbeests at the ArtScience Museum, Singapore.
    EVENTS,  OUTFITS

    ArtScience Museum: Theo Jansen’s Strandbeests

    Oh I’ve really gone and neglected this space. I originally intended to update this post on my trip, but realised that I’d forgotten to bring my reference photos, and then other things (such as sleep) soon took precedence over the blog. Oh well, I’m here and trying to pull my socks up with all the backlogged photos I’ve accumulated for the past year and change! Adele and I visited the ArtScience Museum for the magical beasts that are Theo Jansen’s Strandbeests in July. I remember learning about these fantastical wind walkers back in art school a long time ago, and was super stoked to learn that they’d made they way…