FEATURED: Artist Interview – Sarah Choo Jing & Jérôme Philipp

Even though they reside in different continents, Sarah Choo Jing and Jérôme Philipp still managed to collaborate and produce a piece for aedge 2019. Fascinated by notes and connections between strangers, they have constructed a work showcasing the potential narrative that is yet to be discovered. A presentation of documentations and remnants of notes left behind […]

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Fringe Activities

During the opening week of aedge 2019, STAR organised workshops led by our participating teacher-artists. In case you missed them, they have generously sent us their resources used during the workshop to be uploaded here. Click on each workshop to learn more. An Observation of Light and Shadows (Arion Harper Lai & Mohammad Zabid Jabar)

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Workshop: An Observation of Light and Shadows

Arion Harper Lai and Mohammad Zabid Jabar guided participants to uncover hidden perspectives using digital photography on this photowalk. Participants learned how to capture reflections and shadows, bringing what is often ignored into focus. By the end of the workshop, they left with an alternative perspective on contemporary urban photography. In case you missed it, […]

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Buns & Tables

Students are required to ‘bun up’ their hair whenever they enter any special rooms especially the Art Studios. Inspired by the way the students personalise this ‘hair bun’ and how they interpret this guideline, Buns & Tables explores the relationships of how students ‘bun up’ their hair in accordance with their personalities. by Muhammad Nasiruddin Bin Abdul Razak […]

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Chances deals with Ng Siew Kuan’s contemplation of the falling leaves that she encountered on her evening walks along Jalan Pelikat Park Connector. Its premise is based on the game of chance. In making the prints, Ng was not too bogged down with making accurate registration or inking, choosing instead to accept any imperfections. Ng believes […]

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Nature’s prints

Nature’s prints is about preserving nature. While Fan Yumei, Yvonne was attending her school’s staff retreat last December, the topics of discussion revolved around the Fourth Industrial Revolution where rapid technological advancements is changing the way students learn. With the focus on smart technology, they may not appreciate the nature around them. Hence, Fan’s journey […]

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We have occasions where we want to remove a label from an object. The action of peeling something off requires intense concentration and might. Peel is about recovery and reconciliation with things we have done in the past and the wish to remove the marks left behind. by Angie Dai Huiling To see Dai’s final piece, come […]

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In Everglow, Rachel Tan explores the concept of light and darkness, with the latter allowing us to fully understand the former. Being traditionally trained in drawing and painting, Tan has always experimented with methods of manipulating 2D media to create the illusion of light. However, for this project, she wanted to extend the viewer’s experience by […]

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