Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Buddhist practice given artistic edge in Tiffany Singh's multi-sensory exhibition

EASTERN COURIER
By Meghan Lawrence
Tiffany Singh’s site-specific installations deal with notions of ritual and sacredness. They are multi-sensory works with swarms of ribbons, flowers and bells.
NEW ZEALAND---Buddhism is at the heart of Tiffany Singh's latest art installations. The Auckland artist will have 12 works on display in her upcoming exhibition "Mahabhuta: The Great Element" jointly presented at Uxbridge Centre for Arts and Culture and the Fo Guang Shan Temple. The multi-sensory exhibition aims to bring together the diverse communities of East Auckland and explore what is sacred in contemporary society.  [link]

Venerable Jue Hao and artist Tiffany Singh are preparing for the upcoming exhibiton at Fo Guang Shan Temple.