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Public Artworks

Public art can take various forms, from 2D wall murals and 3D sculptures to performative and ephemeral manifestations of an artist's creative process.

More importantly, the conception and premise of the artwork is rooted deeply in the public sphere, where it is widely visible and freely accessible to all.

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Material: Painted stainless steel Location: 10 Mapletree Business City Duration: Permanent Collection: Mapletree Dimensions: 15 pieces, various dimensions
The Cascade is a series of coloured arcs that spill down in five rows over the terraces of a water feature, reflecting the irrepressible power, abundance and hope evoked by the idea of flowing water. Australian artist Nola Farman drew inspiration from the dynamic play of light on water when creating this sculpture, which calls to mind shimmering rainbow hues produced as the two elements interact. The brightness of the colours and slim, tumbling form of the arcs stand in contrast to the solid mass and rigid lines of the office tower surroundings. 
Location: 10 Mapletree Business City View in OneMap
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