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Artists Behind the Public Artworks

Public art is the approach towards art making that is defined and shaped by artists, working with and within the public domain. It is a place of enquiry and experimentation, where artists can respond to specific public spaces and engage the community in novel and interesting ways.

Learn more about the artists behind these impressive artworks.


Chua Boon Kee (b.1953) fuses Chinese culture and philosophy with modern sculpture. He is particularly known for his Chinese calligraphy-inspired sculpture series. A full-time sculptor since 1996, he has been recognised by the People’s Republic of China as an outstanding overseas Chinese artist. In 2014 his sculpture Flowing was selected as the new commission to be permanently installed at Gerrard Place in London’s Chinatown.
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