HandJob is a year long printmaking initiative where 7 Associate Printmakers respond to different facets of heritage through means of printmaking.Presented by The Substationpart of Cities Change. People die. Everything you know goes awayVarious locations in SingaporeImages courtesy of The Substation
A collaboration with contemporary artist, Zaki Razak
2018Digital illustration & performance artPresented by Asian Film Archivepart of State of Motion 2018: Sejarah-KuCurated by Kamiliah BahdarNational Library Building & Malay Heritage Centre, Singapore
Photo credit: Asian Film Archive
2018Digital illustration & video projectionPresented by Esplanade – Theatre on the Baypart of Pesta Raya 2018 – Malay Festival of ArtsEsplanade – Theatre on the Bay, Singapore
Photo credit: Yusri Yusoff
2017Various mediaFirst solo show at Chan + Hori Contemporary
Photo credit: Nazra Sani
2017Various mediaNo Regrets For Our Youth is an artistic urban gymnasium by Singapore art collective DXXXXD.
Exhibited at Aliwal Arts Centre, Singapore.Part of Aliwal Urban Arts Festival 2017.
Photo credit: Ken Cheong
Exhibited at Coming Hom3, Kovan Hub, Singapore. Presented by People's Association.
Photo credit: Melvin Belphats
2016 -Digital illustration on skateboard ramp & decks
Exhibited at:Cannot be Bo(a)rdered: Paris, Espace Commines, Paris, FrancePart of Urban Art Fair | Paris 2017
Cannot be Bo(a)rdered: Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaPart of Urbanscapes Arts Festival 2016
Cannot be Bo(a)rdered, Aliwal Arts Centre, SingaporePart of Aliwal Urban Art Festival 2016
Photo credit: Colossal Photos
Limb from Limb alongside Breaking Kindness by Popok Triwahyudi (Indonesia) and World Without Bo(a)rders by The Chain Gang (Singapore).
2015Digital illustration on canvas wallpaper
Exhibited at Open Sea, Musée d’art contemporain de LyonPart of Singapour en France – le Festival 2015
Photo credit: © Blaise Adilon
2015Digital illustration on vinyl stickerExhibited at Art Garden, Gare Saint Sauveur, LillePart of Singapour en France – le Festival 2015
Photo credit: © maxime dufour photograhies