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Artwork by youths at Youth Olympic Park

About the artworks

All the artwork in Youth Olympic Park is from an art competition for local students aged 8 to 28 years old. Over a hundred entries were submitted, of which 27 were selected to be featured.

These include the following:

Artwork or installation


What it represents/features

A poem titled "Lion Heart" at the grand steps leading to the entrance of The Helix Bridge

Amanda Chong

The Merlion

A landscaped maze featuring a 4.5-metre-high "mountain" at the centre of the maze.

Aniket Chavan and Joyce Seah

The mountain was adapted from a drawing by Joyce Seah.

There is a rock wall featuring 18 drawings by youths, depicting some of Singapore's famous icons such as The Merlion and The Esplanade.

"The Ribbon Seats"

Lui Honfay

Seats made of metal and wood carefully structured to resemble intertwined ribbons.

A large Terminalia Mantaly tree that is housed within 205 ceramic slabs, dotted with finger and footprints

Yeo Chee Kiong and Angela Liong

This represents the 205 National Olympic Committees that took part in the inaugural games.

The ceramic slabs represent armour, shielding the tree from pollution and harm.