Biography of a Public Sculpture: Salvaging and Conserving

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The murals Asian Symphony and Tropical Rhapsody were made by Singapore sculptor Ng Eng Teng for the Garden Hotel in 1971. Prior to the demolition of the hotel in 2010, the murals were salvaged and donated to NUS. They are now installed at the National University Health System Building and NUS Museum respectively. This display of images and artefacts along the Conservation Corridor records the process of surveying, dismantling and re-installing the murals.

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