Looking at the colourful shophouses that line both sides of Koon Seng Road, the first thing that struck the artist was how these contrasting colours were placed side by side, yet did not clash with each other. Instead, they created a sense of harmony and something unique altogether. The artist was inspired by these combinations to create pockets and windows of abstract spaces where people could walk across or into and be surrounded by pure colour.
Outdoors, the mural piece stands out against the highly textured views found around Katong-Joo Chiat. Installed in a walkway, the work acts as a fragmented piece spans different areas, inviting the audience to keep an open eye out for pieces of these ‘windows’ in Katong-Joo Chiat. The bright colours of the work forces viewers to break away from their day-to-day routines – to stop, slow down and enjoy the simple joys of looking.