In today’s society, a dream house would typically refer to owning a unit in the condominium or landed property. However, Haslina is staying hopeful to be in her dream house as portrayed in her artwork. She hopes to be able to walk up the steps in this world that she envisioned.
Poster Colour on Paper
34.7cm (H) x 46.4cm (W), Framed
By : Haslina Supari, Muscular Dystrophy Association Singapore (MDAS)
Haslina permanently relies on a wheelchair to go places and ramps are an essential part of her mobility. She dreamed of living a peaceful and laidback lifestyle in an atap house in a rural area.
This artwork is currently on display at the exhibition space at Our Tampines Hub.