Roppongi Hills

Twardzik Ching Chor Leng, “Public Power V, Tokyo” Roppongi Hills Programs

Public Power 1, 2007, National Museum of Singapore, Photo credit: Vincent Twardzik Ching

5/26(Sat) 10:00 - 5/27(Sun) 18:00
In front of TULLY’S COFFEE Roppongi Hills North Tower
[Participation fee]
This box-shaped work is composed of multicolored tube forms fastened with magnets. By freely rearranging these forms, you can also create a new piece. The artist’s hope is that this art will inhabit cafes, streets, and gardens throughout town and become something that anyone can participate in. This work can become a device that allows strangers to engage in dialogue through art, in turn generating new connections. What can be made through everyone’s efforts?


Twardzik Ching Chor Leng

The artist interest in the dynamics of art and public space are manifested through site-specific land art installations and large scale interactive sculptures that create a space where the environment and audience work together to reveal the social dynamics of art in public spaces. She is currently Senior Lecturer at NIE, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. She has lectured in Lasalle College of the Arts and Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. As an artist-educator, she has served on several institutions and faculties as well.