Singapore Biennale 2016: the sensorily impactful fifteen (part 2 of 3)

Here are five more of the artworks I find sensorily impactful. To read a short write-up and see five other works in Part 1, click here.

(Download the Exhibition Guide or visit the Digital Exhibition here.)

(Read a good piece, Zoned Out at the Singapore Biennale 2016, for insightful insights here.)

Harumi Yukutake, Paracosmos (2016). Sense: visual (it's obvious isn't it?); audition (footsteps of people walking up and down the stairs, not sure whether this was anticipated during curation, but the sounds somehow blend in)

Harumi Yukutake, Paracosmos (2016). Sense: visual (it’s obvious isn’t it?); audition (footsteps of people walking up and down the stairs, not sure whether this was anticipated during curation, but the sounds somehow blend in)

Harumi Yukutake, Paracosmos (2016). Sense: visual (it's obvious isn't it?); audition (footsteps of people walking up and down the stairs, not sure whether this was anticipated during curation, but the sounds somehow blend in)

Harumi Yukutake, Paracosmos (2016). Sense: visual (it's obvious isn't it?); audition (footsteps of people walking up and down the stairs, not sure whether this was anticipated during curation, but the sounds somehow blend in)

Harumi Yukutake, Paracosmos (2016). Sense: visual (it's obvious isn't it?); audition (footsteps of people walking up and down the stairs, not sure whether this was anticipated during curation, but the sounds somehow blend in)

Harumi Yukutake, Paracosmos (2016). Sense: visual (it's obvious isn't it?); audition (footsteps of people walking up and down the stairs, not sure whether this was anticipated during curation, but the sounds somehow blend in)

Harumi Yukutake, Paracosmos (2016). Sense: visual (it's obvious isn't it?); audition (footsteps of people walking up and down the stairs, not sure whether this was anticipated during curation, but the sounds somehow blend in)

Harumi Yukutake, Paracosmos (2016). Sense: visual (it's obvious isn't it?); audition (footsteps of people walking up and down the stairs, not sure whether this was anticipated during curation, but the sounds somehow blend in)

Do Ho Suh, Gate (2003). Sense: visual, very visual, and then sometimes you are in awe, sometimes your hair stands, sometimes you want to walk through the Gate, sometimes you wonder about space, place, dimension, and time

Do Ho Suh, Gate (2003). Sense: visual, very visual, and then sometimes you are in awe, sometimes your hair stands, sometimes you want to walk through the Gate, sometimes you wonder about space, place, dimension, and time

Do Ho Suh, Gate (2003). Sense: visual, very visual, and then sometimes you are in awe, sometimes your hair stands, sometimes you want to walk through the Gate, sometimes you wonder about space, place, dimension, and time

Do Ho Suh, Gate (2003). Sense: visual, very visual, and then sometimes you are in awe, sometimes your hair stands, sometimes you want to walk through the Gate, sometimes you wonder about space, place, dimension, and time

Do Ho Suh, Gate (2003). Sense: visual, very visual, and then sometimes you are in awe, sometimes your hair stands, sometimes you want to walk through the Gate, sometimes you wonder about space, place, dimension, and time

Do Ho Suh, Gate (2003). Sense: visual, very visual, and then sometimes you are in awe, sometimes your hair stands, sometimes you want to walk through the Gate, sometimes you wonder about space, place, dimension, and time

Eddy Susanto, The Journey of Panji (2016). Sense: visual; makes my hair stand too, when going very near the words spilled from the book and on the painting, yet amazed by them tiny words at the same time

Eddy Susanto, The Journey of Panji (2016). Sense: visual; makes my hair stand too, when going very near the words spilled from the book and on the painting, yet amazed by them tiny words at the same time

Eddy Susanto, The Journey of Panji (2016). Sense: visual; makes my hair stand too, when going very near the words spilled from the book and on the painting, yet amazed by them tiny words at the same time

Eddy Susanto, The Journey of Panji (2016). Sense: visual; makes my hair stand too, when going very near the words spilled from the book and on the painting, yet amazed by them tiny words at the same time

Eddy Susanto, The Journey of Panji (2016). Sense: visual; makes my hair stand too, when going very near the words spilled from the book and on the painting, yet amazed by them tiny words at the same time

Eddy Susanto, The Journey of Panji (2016). Sense: visual; makes my hair stand too, when going very near the words spilled from the book and on the painting, yet amazed by them tiny words at the same time

Eddy Susanto, The Journey of Panji (2016). Sense: visual; makes my hair stand too, when going very near the words spilled from the book and on the painting, yet amazed by them tiny words at the same time

Eddy Susanto, The Journey of Panji (2016). Sense: visual; makes my hair stand too, when going very near the words spilled from the book and on the painting, yet amazed by them tiny words at the same time

Eddy Susanto, The Journey of Panji (2016). Sense: visual; makes my hair stand too, when going very near the words spilled from the book and on the painting, yet amazed by them tiny words at the same time

Pannaphan Yodmanee, Aftermath (2016). Sense: visual (the colours and other things); it stirs clashes of one's perceptions and ideas, it evokes a struggle to make sense of things when in fact differentiation is not a thing of the fluidity, in fact there is no fact

Pannaphan Yodmanee, Aftermath (2016). Sense: visual (the colours and other things); it stirs clashes of one’s perceptions and ideas, it evokes a struggle to make sense of things when in fact differentiation is not a thing of the fluidity, in fact there is no fact

Pannaphan Yodmanee, Aftermath (2016). Sense: visual (the colours and other things); it stirs clashes of one's perceptions and ideas, it evokes a struggle to make sense of things when in fact differentiation is not a thing of the fluidity, in fact there is no fact

Pannaphan Yodmanee, Aftermath (2016). Sense: visual (the colours and other things); it stirs clashes of one's perceptions and ideas, it evokes a struggle to make sense of things when in fact differentiation is not a thing of the fluidity, in fact there is no fact

Pannaphan Yodmanee, Aftermath (2016). Sense: visual (the colours and other things); it stirs clashes of one's perceptions and ideas, it evokes a struggle to make sense of things when in fact differentiation is not a thing of the fluidity, in fact there is no fact

Pannaphan Yodmanee, Aftermath (2016). Sense: visual (the colours and other things); it stirs clashes of one's perceptions and ideas, it evokes a struggle to make sense of things when in fact differentiation is not a thing of the fluidity, in fact there is no fact

Pannaphan Yodmanee, Aftermath (2016). Sense: visual (the colours and other things); it stirs clashes of one's perceptions and ideas, it evokes a struggle to make sense of things when in fact differentiation is not a thing of the fluidity, in fact there is no fact

Pannaphan Yodmanee, Aftermath (2016). Sense: visual (the colours and other things); it stirs clashes of one's perceptions and ideas, it evokes a struggle to make sense of things when in fact differentiation is not a thing of the fluidity, in fact there is no fact

Ade Darmawan, Singapore Human Resources Institute (2016). Sense: visual, visually and intellectually demanding. A good awareness of general knowledge may help. One can never tell how randomly or not randomly each object is positioned.

Ade Darmawan, Singapore Human Resources Institute (2016). Sense: visual, visually and intellectually demanding. A good awareness of general knowledge may help. One can never tell how randomly or not randomly each object is positioned

Ade Darmawan, Singapore Human Resources Institute (2016). Sense: visual, visually and intellectually demanding. A good awareness of general knowledge may help. One can never tell how randomly or not randomly each object is positioned.

Ade Darmawan, Singapore Human Resources Institute (2016). Sense: visual, visually and intellectually demanding. A good awareness of general knowledge may help. One can never tell how randomly or not randomly each object is positioned.

Ade Darmawan, Singapore Human Resources Institute (2016). Sense: visual, visually and intellectually demanding. A good awareness of general knowledge may help. One can never tell how randomly or not randomly each object is positioned.

Ade Darmawan, Singapore Human Resources Institute (2016). Sense: visual, visually and intellectually demanding. A good awareness of general knowledge may help. One can never tell how randomly or not randomly each object is positioned.

Ade Darmawan, Singapore Human Resources Institute (2016). Sense: visual, visually and intellectually demanding. A good awareness of general knowledge may help. One can never tell how randomly or not randomly each object is positioned

Ade Darmawan, Singapore Human Resources Institute (2016). Sense: visual, visually and intellectually demanding. A good awareness of general knowledge may help. One can never tell how randomly or not randomly each object is positioned

Try pointing out in the first photograph where this open drawer is. Ade Darmawan, Singapore Human Resources Institute (2016). Sense: visual, visually and intellectually demanding. A good awareness of general knowledge may help. One can never tell how randomly or not randomly each object is positioned

Try pointing out in the first photograph where this open drawer is.
Ade Darmawan, Singapore Human Resources Institute (2016). Sense: visual, visually and intellectually demanding. A good awareness of general knowledge may help. One can never tell how randomly or not randomly each object is positioned

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