NE5 - Clark Quay
  NE6 - Dhoby Ghaut
     
 
 
The Reflections by
Chua Ek Kay

A multi-faceted portrait of Singapore River today and in years past is presented through artworks in different mediums. On the station walls, four Chinese brush paintings depict Singapore River as the city's lifeline throughout its history while an abstract brass panel in rich, warm colours portrays the river in all its moods. Floor tiles of the painted eyes found on tongkangs or Chinese junks help guide commuters through the station.


 
NE7 - Little India

Memoirs of the Past by S Chandrasekaran
These evocative, sepia-toned works celebrate all that is unique about Indian culture in Singapore. The influence of traditional
Indian folk art comes through in the distinctive metal grilles at
the station entrances and the elaborate floor works in bronze
and granite inside the station. Animal paintings allude to the
buffalo stables that used to be in the area in the past.
Universal Language by Sun Yu-Li
This artwork is a good example of how art can help guide commuters through a complex interchange station. Floor tiles that employ a universal language of symbols such as the hunter and the fish line the six routes leading towards the trains. At the heart of the station, these symbols come together in a large floor mural and stunning wall panel.
     
Interchange by Milenko & Delia Prvacki
Located in the linkway of the interchange, the work of
this husband and wife team salutes Asia's rich artistic legacy. Working in mosaic, Milenko created a lush, floor design that fans out at the foot of the escalators and four sets of column rings. A vibrant, tactile wall mural sees Delia's refined work ceramics fusing seamlessly with Milenko's earthy mosaics.