Teacher-artist: Fahmy Bin Said Yishun Secondary School How many Singaporeans are aware that Malay is Singapore’s National Language? Q: Could you please introduce yourselves? My name is Fahmy Said and I’m the Subject Head of Art at Yishun Secondary School. I am trained in visual communications and also contemporary arts. Currently, my artistic practice involves […]Read more "Interview: National Languish Crass"
Teacher-artist: Noratiqah Talib & Norfaraidh Talib Xingnan Primary School & Shuqun Primary SchoolRead more "Interview: Knit-Ed"
Teacher-artist: Goh Ying Shi, Darwin Anderson Serangoon Junior CollegeRead more "Interview: 坚"
Teacher-artists: Nurul’ain Azilah, Khairunnisa’ Shamsuri &Farida Bee Abdul Rahman Sengkang Primary School Q: Could you please introduce yourselves? We are Ain, Farida and Nisa from Seng Kang Primary School. Ain was a Generalist teacher before attending the first Art Teachers Practitioner Programme (ATPP) conducted by STAR. She proceeded to obtain her Advanced Diploma in Primary […]Read more "Interview: Intersection"
Teacher-artist: Cheak Yen Hui Regent Secondary School Q: Could you please introduce yourself? I am Cheak Yen Hui, a recent graduate of Glasgow School of Art and currently an Art Teacher at Regent Secondary School. In my art practice, I am very interested in the way we remember, what we remember and how we remember. […]Read more "Interview: Collection of In(significants)"
An Na Tay, Farah D, Fatimah Sawifi, Nurrulhuda Shaik Aminuddin, Wang Hong Wei 3D Work, 2021 Women are constant jugglers, trying to balance between work, life and passion. Just like the extra dose of the ‘X’ chromosome in the female genes, women, as working mothers, wives, daughters and sisters, need an extra dose of energy […]Read more "Boing! Boing! Boing!"
Deconstructed Pair of Chairs, Engraved Wood, Wood Oil Paint & Lacquer, 2020 Muhammad Firdaus Bin Hernawan This installation work explores what a chair can represent; in short, how it can be a metaphor for the human’s various mental states and desires. This work highlights our basic need and desire to give and receive compassion in […]Read more "I’ll sit with you."
Digital Video, 2021 Lim Fung Chee Kelvin During this pandemic, many have been emotionally affected by the changes leading to the Circuit Breaker. With much tenacity and resilience, many have pulled themselves through the different Phases, trying to cope with the immense challenges till present day. This artwork hopes to pay tribute to all those […]Read more "Mind. Body. Spirit."
Digital Print & Video, 2021 Liau Shu Juan In the artist’s desire to document the meals made by her mother, each day’s lunch or dinner is captured. This work aims to pay tribute to the artist’s mother, and to all mothers, for the love she has poured forth through the preparation of her meals for […]Read more "With Love"
Mixed Media, 2021 Norfaraidh Talib & Noratiqah Talib By crocheting, many beautiful things are created in the process. Despite the obstacles faced while adjusting to new routines in schools, we choose to embrace the beautiful side of this change and portray it in our artwork. With influences from Jacqui Fink who creates massive installations using […]Read more "Knit-Ed"
Video Installation, 2018 / 2021 Desiree Tham “Resonance of Control” is a video performance that aims to reflect our human daily interactions with everyday objects. The work expresses the dependency on one’s obsession with specific objects. Using objects that I have obsessively collated over several years, the work aims to disrupt familiarity these non-human entity, […]Read more "Resonance of Control"
Found Objects & Recycled Materials, 2021 Tina Lim Hwee Tin Do you ever question yourself about your values? Do you wonder who you are living for? And who do you work for every day? My artwork is a reflection of the turmoil I faced and the new perspectives I gained as I looked from the […]Read more "Give Me a New Life!"
Multimedia Installation, 2021 Sarah Choo Jing Zoom, Click, Waltz is a multimedia installation comprising 13 LED screens. A culmination of documented events, staged recording and found footage, this artwork depicts individuals in various states of “performance”, while isolated within separate window frames. What began as an attempt to communicate with neighbours during Circuit Break, developed […]Read more "Zoom, Click, Waltz"
Acrylic Sculptures, 2021 Farida Bee Abdul Rahman, Khairunnisa’ Shamsuri & Nurul’Ain Azilah Our artwork comprises of 3 sculptures representing our journey through this pandemic. These designs exemplify our teaching framework used in our curriculum. However, with the need to adjust during the challenging times of Covid, our team felt as if we were pushed out […]Read more "Intersection"
Gouache on Watercolour Paper, 2020 Chong Chia Hwei We travel to gain new experiences and to see the world beyond our comfort zone. Yet upon reaching our destination, the newness and wonder we feel fades so quickly and we find ourselves looking for the next experience to amaze us. This series of paintings, made after […]Read more "Antelope Canyon"
Digital Illustration, 2021 Goh Yu Jie Fynn is a special boy on the autism spectrum. He loves creating and has an avid imagination. This is the story of how Fynn uses his talent and creation to help others see his version of the colourful world that he lives in. I hope that through this simple […]Read more "Fynn and his Special Glasses"