The most powerful moments in one’s lives are often the most insignificant and commonplace. Ignored and misplaced, these little things that we often barely notice remind us of who and what we are, and how we got here.
Muted, introspective, and languid, artist Tang Ling Nah’s quiet approach speaks volumes about the state of the ordinary life through her monochromatic drawings of public spaces and corners that permeate our urban existence.
She discusses her work, discourses and methodologies in the interview @ post. .

Archi + Art - Artist Ling-Nah Tang