Raffles Place Alliance has partnered with LASALLE College of the Arts and Publicis Singapore for an unexpected exhibition that brings the work of design graduates and students to the public, transforming social distancing spaces into positive spaces for art.
In a first-of-its-kind exhibition called The 1M Exhibition, a total of 177 artworks by 105 graduates and students from LASALLE’s Faculty of Design will be exhibited around Raffles Place Park using the unexpected medium of social distancing stickers, making safe distancing less mundane and a lot more purposeful to the visitors of the park.
Each artwork showcased in The 1M Exhibition measures exactly 1 metre across – the distance encouraged for staying safe in public spaces. The exhibition masters the art of safe distancing by transforming empty spaces on benches, into places for art and discovery.
Running for three months from 5 April 2022, the exhibition will showcase the works of LASALLE graduates and students from the School of Design Communication, School of Fashion and School of Spatial & Product Design.
To learn more about the students behind each work, visitors to the exhibition can scan the QR code located on each artwork.