Wednesday, October 1, 2014

National Original Print Exhibition

Anyone, Anytime at the National Original Print Exhibition.

The National Original Print Exhibition is an open show established by the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, with the aim of promoting the best of printmaking to a wider audience.

Bankside Gallery will host the exhibition, a well respected gallery in a prime location next to the Tate Modern on London's South Bank.

Monday, June 2, 2014

A History of Infertility

Barren Anatomy, 2014
57 x 48.5cm
In edition of 3

Infertility Charms, 2014
Clay, Mixed Media

History of Infertility, 2014
72.5 x 165cm
Drypoint Etching, Videography

Anyone, Anytime, 2014
56 x 47cm, Plate size: 40 x 30cm
Copper Etching and Aquatint

The Matriarch Reclaims Her Seat At The Dinner Table, 2014
56 x 47cm, Plate size: 40 x 30cm
Copper Etching and Aquatint

One Of The Men, 2014
56 x 47cm, Plate size: 40 x 30cm
Copper Etching and Aquatint

A Conversation

Friday, February 28, 2014

555 Portraits

5 artists, 5 strangers, 5 minutes.

Familial Relations

Family Portrait (Rat King), 2013
38 x 28cm
In edition of 4

Sunday Best, 2013
38 x 56.5cm
In edition of 5

Familial Relations (Siblings), 2013
38 x 54.5cm
In edition of 5

The Meaninglessness and Mundanity of Habit and Repetition

Palimpsest: Sick Masculinity

Original image by Alex DeRoeck.

Wednesday, May 15, 2013


Live, projected drawing, sonic art jam sesh with wyxmm, Un Escargot Vide? and unii @ Spore Art Salon 29th Edition.

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Celebrating Women

I was invited to participate in Celebrating Women, a charity exhibition in which 80% of proceeds is donated to AWARE Singapore, in conjunction with International Women's Day 2013 and kindly sponsored by One East Asia and Cedele. These drawings were taken and inspired by my W.I.P. Psychobitch series.

Poster art by Izzyiana Suhaimi

Marriage, 2013
60 x 42 cm
Mixed Media on Paper

Marriage illustrates the transition from girlhood to womanhood- the process of meeting the expectations of a constitution that sometimes forever hides the woman of instinct, passion and impulse. This piece celebrates and honours every woman's primal self, free from societal expectations and doctrines. It also foretells the haunting by one's authentic self on the Doris Day wife-persona when desire is suppressed and unfulfilled.

Rat King, 2013
60 x 42cm
Mixed Media on Paper

Farmer's Wife, 2013
60 x 42cm
Mixed Media on Paper

The Rat King is a historical omen where rats are found entangled and collectively festering during the plague. Drawing parallels with unhealthy or abusive relationships that women sometimes find themselves imprisoned in, the symbolism of the woman cutting off the tails of the Rat King illustrates the individual, taking ownership of her life and relationships.

Avocado, 2009
49.5 x 59.5cm
Woodblock Print, In edition of 4

Avocado, from the Fruits Series is a study on the feminine form and body. By using Fruits to illustrate body parts and organs, Avocado portrays an interaction between the self and body, with poignant sensuality. It endorses the reclamation of the female body, often sexualised and coveted by media and the male gaze. Avocado shows a woman cradling herself, a metaphor for taking ownership of one's own physicality- an image of self love and confidence, independent of gender stereotype and stigma.