A Walk into the Mandala

Where: The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Lane, City Hall, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

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  • General Public: $20.00
  • Students, NSF, Senior Citizens: $15.00
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Each of us has a mandala in us.

Mandala, a powerful symbol, is found in cultures across the world, from the swirling Dervish dances of Sufi monks to Hindu Rangoli floor paintings, and European stained glassworks. In Tibetan culture, the mandala aids concentration and is a tool for purification and healing. The late psychoanalyst Carl G Jung believed that the mandala, as an art form, enables one to understand the inner psyche.

In A Walk into the Mandala, the mandala signifies the different stages of life a quintessential urban being would experience. A 3-metre-wide rice Mandala progressively forms on stage as the protagonist journeys through the urban life.

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