A sensorial and interactive installation of locally-grown edible botanicals symbolizing living natural treasures. This wall, in the round organic shape of an island, contains 88 local edible botanicals preserved in 1408 glass jars on concrete cement blocks, representing a rare harmony between nature and city. Each jar is labelled in handwriting by the artist and can be opened and smelled.
A young girl exploring a sensorial and interactive installation of Singapore's home-grown edible botanicals, Treasure Island Botanical Wall which houses 88 local botanicals presented in 1408 glass jars on concrete cement blocks - symbolic harmony between nature and city. Each jar is specifically handwritten by artist Mamakan, which can be opened and smelled. The image and copyrights remain the exclusive property of Melissa Teo.