SOTA: School of the Arts Singapore
Published on Dec 17, 2019

"ON/OFF" by Mr Vincent Leow

In Visual Arts faculty member Mr Vincent Leow's solo exhibition, ON/OFF, he looks at how social media constructs the presence and absence of personal expression for the individual.
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Published on Nov 01, 2019

"Cloud 9: Raining" at Taoyuan Land Art Festival 2019

From a single cloud floating over the Singapore River in 2015, "Cloud 9: Raining" is back with six clouds hovering over the lake at Bade Xipo Ecological Park in Taiwan this year! Mr Tan Wee Lit was invited to present a second iteration of this art installation as a permanent commission and as part of the Taoyuan Land Art Festival 2019.
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Published on Nov 01, 2019

"Contemplate": A Solo Exhibition by Mr Jason Lim

In Mr Jason Lim's latest solo exhibition, "Contemplate", he demonstrates his skills in utilising an array of materials including clay, stainless steel, and asphalt to give life to strangely shaped objects such as pores, holes and oddly moulded forms.
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Published on Nov 01, 2019

"Mountain Pass: Negotiating Ambivalence" by Ms Zen Teh

During her two-month-long artist residency with Selasar Sunaryo Art Space, Visual Arts faculty member Ms Zen Teh investigated the relationship between man and nature through the geomorphology and construction sites in Bandung, Indonesia. Selected works from her solo exhibition were brought to Singapore for a second run in July 2019.
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Published on Jul 30, 2019

Dayung Sampan by Mr Zainudin Samsuri

As part of the National Gallery's Children Biennale this year, Singapore sculptor and Visual Arts faculty member Mr Zainudin Samsuri created the interactive installation Dayung Sampan - Be Your Own Captain On Deck.
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Published on Jul 30, 2019

Resonance - by Mr Yeo Ker Siang

Visual Arts faculty member Mr Yeo Ker Siang's work "Resonance" was recently picked as one of the winning pieces of URA's design competition 'Re:Bench'. The Competition has designers turn the timber of the old seats of the former National Stadium into unique benches to breathe new life into them.
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Published on Jul 30, 2019

Leroy Sofyan: Unfinished

In his solo exhibition Leroy Sofyan: Unfinished, Visual Arts faculty member Mr Leroy Sofyan invites viewers to consider deliberate and accidental dialogues through working with both constructed and ready-made objects.
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Published on Jul 30, 2019

Mirror of Water by Ms Zen Teh

Ms Zen Teh's latest body of work, Mirror of Water, began with an encounter with oil-like residue in a canal in Singapore. This observation triggered an investigation into water pollution in local water bodies and inspired a series of beautiful photographic sculptures.
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Published on Jul 30, 2019

Topographies by Mr Jason Lim

Mr Jason Lim's latest solo exhibition featured a series of photographs and a video work created during his ten-day residency in Kjerringøy, northern Norway last year.
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