MUJI LIVING in a Garden City
Produced in partnership with MUJI Singapore, MUJI LIVING in a Garden City is an exhibition organised by Underscore and designed and art directed by Hjgher. The 10-day event saw ION Orchard’s B4 ION Station transformed into an exploration of modern day living in Singapore’s Garden City, with 18 creatives from a variety of disciplines—fashion, industrial, illustration, music, etc.—offering their reinterpretations of everyday objects. A series of cotton tote bags, designed by each participating artist, also went on sale to benefit the Children’s Cancer Foundation.
To bring the exhibition to life, Underscore sourced and worked closely with homegrown designers, artists, and musicians to create a wholistic experience: visitors to the space were prompted to contemplate our ever-changing lifestyles through the works of the artists, while serenaded by the mellow and soothing tunes from local musicians Bennett Bay and Hanging Up The Moon. An alternative take on nature, conceptualised in collaboration with the team at Triceratops, was presented in the form of a cotton cloud suspended in the centre of the atrium.
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