The mural along 68 Serangoon Road depicts a narrative about culture, legacy and the future — drawing inspiration from its immediate vicinity of Little India.
Sarees — and its historical importance — acts as a conduit to portray design fads and imaginings of wardrobe shopping in the future. The traditional methods of creating sarees are juxtaposed with contemporary methods, such as the use of a tablet to create patterns. Dominating the mural is its centrepiece – a substantially sized saree billowing in the breeze.
Drawing upon Mural Lingo’s versatility, the piece will contain an eclectic variety of art styles which serves as a catalyst for sparking dialogue between communies within and beyond the precinct, displaying a refreshing take on the South Indian saree culture in a cutting-edge way. Viewers will be captivated by the sight of a larger-than-life representation of South Indian history and culture.