SINGAPORE — The centrepiece in Han Sai Por’s ongoing exhibition Black Forest 2013 is quite arresting. You’ve got an installation comprising two charcoal logs on a bed of charcoal. One of these looks like a huge bone, the other revealing the slightest hint of brown, life peeking from the charred remains. It’s a warning about the dangers of environmental destruction via deforestation. While it’s a continuation of the Cultural Medallion recipient’s 2011 show at the Esplanade, the Sumatran haze…
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