How to keep heritage stories alive with steel rod sculptures

Malaysian design outfit Sculptureatwork’s 'Juxtapose' exhibition at Art Macao 2021 can be viewed online. This new steel rod sculpture is called 'Drunken Dragon' (welded steel, 2021). Photo: GEG Foundation

When you wander the charming cobblestone streets of Macau, you soak up a bit of its culture and rich history.

For Tang Mun Kian, art director of design outfit Sculptureatwork based in Kuala Lumpur, this was the spark that led to the creation of a new series of steel-rod art sculptures currently on display at the Juxtapose exhibition at Art Macao: Macao International Art Biennale 2021.

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