Public sculptures – they are part of Singapore’s landscape, but often go unnoticed. The Straits Times covers 10 works that add character and beauty to the city. DOGGO & KITTY CAT BY BELINDA GAN: The Bugis-Bras Basah arts district is made even more colourful by Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) alumna Belinda Gan's sculptures, created in 2017. Located right outside NAFA, the cute, cartoonish sculptures of two dogs and a cat double as benches for the public. Gan's benches, aimed at enlivening Bencoolen Street, portray how pets behave. Her two dogs look as if they are sniffing each other with their pointed noses, while the cat is on its back, looking for a belly rub.
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