The fourth edition of SIF Connects! London was held on 4 June 2014 at the iconic Inner Temple Gardens in central London. It brought together some 100 SIF alumni, partners and new Friends of Singapore (FOS) to celebrate the launch of the Angles of Incidence public art installation – a collaboration between Singaporean artist-architect Randy Chan and British artist Philippa Lawrence. Randy and Philippa are the third pair of collaborators under the Singapore International Foundation-British Council Artist-in-Residence Exchange (SIF-BC AiRx) programme for promoting cross-cultural interaction, understanding and collaboration. At the event, the pair of cultural ambassadors shared interesting insights into Singapore and London which they gained while working together, and how these influences were incorporated into their collaborative work.

Angles of Incidence comprises a family of reflective elements that creates a dynamic relationship between the installation and its environment. Through this work, the artists seek to engage and encourage Singapore and UK communities to reflect on heritage and memory. Pictures of the launch can be seen here.