The artwork is part of the visual representations of my Master of Architecture Thesis Dissertation at the National University of Singapore. It is a distance reminiscence of the Thai Mural Painting that showcases a fictional realm of an inhabitable landscape of the new and wet Bangkok city in the year 2100.
The thesis itself is an alternative reality of a new Water Parliament situated at the ancient Rattanakosin Island in Bangkok city that pertained to the commons of water and subjected to the groups of people living in the island that represents the culture and people of the Thai city. It celebrates a different aspect of water and engages the traditional Thai water culture with the more advanced technology and infrastructures.
Tyler Lim is an Architecture Designer who aspires to become an Architect in the future. He is currently employed full-time at Singapore based Architecture Firm, K2LD. Designing and planning for the future built environment have always been his motivation and goals that he wishes to pursue in future.