The beauty of art lies in the joy of exploration—though you may see from a certain perspective when you perceive it for the first time, the hidden layers of meaning and alternate point of views unravel the more you learn more about the work. For Faris, whose work at Singapore Art Museum (SAM) is intertwined with his background as an artist, the satisfaction of sharing about art doesn’t come from passing down the message and intended impact of the artwork in question, but rather, seeing people come to their own conclusion and interacting with art on their own terms. Being part of the Visitor Experience team, Faris’ role extends beyond creating a space where people can experience art, but also to leave the space with a newer perspective. Read on as he shares about how his own worldview has been shaped by his diverse background and the lessons he’s learnt over the years from art and beyond.