Dhavinder Singh's 'Test Tanah' rooftop installation project rails against over-development

Dhavinder's 'Test Tanah' installation (acrylic case, metal, nylon string, pulley system, water, black soil, salt, yellow pigment dye, red pigment dye, castor wheels, 2019). Photo: Puah Chin Kok

Contemporary artist Dhavinder Singh’s Test Tanah installation art project is set to go places. Like the relentless development that finds its way into every corner of Kuala Lumpur, this project will pop up where cranes and construction converge.

This touring exhibit, which comprises two installation pieces fashioned out of bricks, soil, wood, cranes, a wheelbarrow and several other everyday curiosities, is currently on display on a rooftop venue in Chinatown that overlooks part of the city.

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