By Pok Chong Boon
Material : PVC balloons and wooden poles
Location : Tampines Central Park
Duration : Temporary
Collection : Public Art Trust
Dimensions : Variable
Look around and read a message or two. Do you feel the same?
Marks in the Yellow Field observes how people convey their feelings using the digital language of 'emoji' A tiny image used in text messaging since the late 1990s, the emoji has profoundly changed how we express ourselves to others in technology-mediated communication with its intuitiveness and range.
Featuring 300 emojis and quotes collected from residents in Tampines, this artwork offers a glimpse into the minds of city dwellers within a particular time and space.