Ghazi Alqudcy

Ghazi Alqudcy holds a Master of Fine Arts in Filmmaking from film.factory, an intensive programme created by the Hungarian film director Béla Tarr. He represents the new generation of Singaporean filmmakers with his films being screened at international film festivals in Netherlands, Denmark, Estonia, Japan, Hong Kong among others.

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Lavender Chang

Lavender Chang has a strong interest in contemporary conceptual photography. Her artwork reflects her sensitivity towards the subtle nuances surrounding her. She hopes to focus on these experiences, to create a canvas allowing further contemplation and with the passage of time to leave behind traces of her self

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John Clang

John Clang is a visual artist working in photography and film. His photographs examine and raise questions of the world he lives in, providing not just pictorial documentation but an intimate reflection of one man's mind. Clang’s first exhibition, at age 20, was a duo-show at the controversial (and now defunct) Singapore art group Fifth Passage Artists. He has since participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions internationally. In 2013, a showcase of over 90 works by Clang was exhibited at the National Museum of Singapore. His artwork is also in the permanent collection of museums and private collectors from around the world. Clang lives and works in New York and Singapore. 

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Lucy Davis

Lucy Davis is an artist, writer, Assistant Professor, School of Art Design and Media (ADM), Nanyang Technological University Singapore and founder of The Migrant Ecologies Project (www.migrantecologies.org). Her practice encircles nature in art and visual culture, materiality and memory in Southeast Asia.  Davis’ work has been featured in numerous world festivals and museums. 

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Hong Sek Chern

Hong Sek Chern worked as an art educator at NAFA for many years before practising art full time from 2007. She has won several painting prizes nationally and was awarded the Young Artist Award by the National Arts Council (Singapore) in 2000. Sek Chern works primarily with the Chinese ink medium though she has also worked with oil and other media. She explores issues in the urban environment as she tries to engage with traditional painting media. She has exhibited her paintings both locally and overseas.

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Henry Lee

Henry Lee is a chemical engineer by training with a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from the National University of Singapore. After graduation, he pursued a career in publishing before enrolling in the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA). Awarded the NAFA President Award in 2013, he went on to complete his Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) at Loughborough University. His most recent outing was with Galerie Sogan & Art, Singapore, with which he held a successful solo exhibition at Art Stage Singapore 2015.

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Perception3

Perception3 is an interdisciplinary art duo co-founded by artist/writer Regina De Rozario and designer Seah Sze Yunn in 2007. Its Singapore-based practice is currently devoted to exploring the themes of memory and loss, through the examination of relationships encountered between the self and the city landscape. The duo's works have been selected for showcases held at the National Museum of Singapore, Kulturhuset Stockholm, and the Venice Architectural Biennale.

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Shubigi Rao

Singapore-based Shubigi Rao is an artist and writer whose interests range from archaeology, neuroscience, language, libraries and books, cultural histories, contemporary art theory, and unfashionable branches of knowledge, to natural history and the environment. Her complex layered installations comprise books, drawings and etchings, video and pseudo-science machinery, metaphysical puzzles, ideological board games and archives, and have been exhibited and collected in Singapore and internationally. 

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Zaki Razak

Zaki Razak’s practice investigates human consciousness, the hermeneutics of art and its systems of circulation and reception. His interest in social languages and rituals led him to create works that take advantage of everyday situations, subject them to wordplay and humour, and involve the audience through engaging their participation in the art-making process. Some of his notable works include Death of an Artist (2011) where he declared himself dead and engaged a lady crier to cry over his death, seVen: a wedding exhibition (2011) where he made his own wedding a public exhibition of performances, and more recently, Revising Art: The Ten Year Series (2013), part of the President’s Young Talents Award exhibition at Singapore Art Museum.

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Teo Huey Ling

Teo Huey Ling’s works involve intricate and laborious art processes. She believes that the concentrated activity of the art making process will uncover the responsiveness hidden within the materials, thereby opening the spirit of the labour and its energy to the viewer. Her work has taken a multifaceted direction in drawings, contemporary ceramics and art installation.

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Vertical Submarine

Vertical Submarine is an art collective from Singapore. According to the artists, they write, draw and paint a bit but eat, drink and sleep a lot. Their works include installations, drawings and paintings which involve text, storytelling and an acquired sense of humour. In 2010, they laid siege to the Singapore Art Museum and displayed medieval instruments of torture including a fully functional guillotine. They have completed projects in Spain, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, The Philippines, Mexico City, Australia and Germany. Collectively they have won several awards including the Celeste Prize 2011 (Installation), the Credit Suisse Artist Residency Award 2009, and The President’s Young Talents Award 2009.

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Jason Wee

Jason Wee is an artist and a writer. His art practice is concerned with the hollowing out of singular authority in favour of polyphony. He transforms these singular histories and spaces into various visual and written materials, with particular attention to architectures, idealism and unexplored futures.

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