A collaboration with Fauzi Aziz of The Smart Local 2019 Illustration & Performance Art Part of Passion Made Possible campaign by Singapore Tourism Board and also Singapore Art Week 2019 by National Arts Council, Singapore.
Image courtesy of National Arts Council, Singapore
Dreams & Reality
A collaboration with Reza Hasni & Kiat 2019 Projection Mapping Part of Light to Night 2019: Traces & Echoes Presented by National Gallery Singapore Curated by Safuan Johari & Brandon Tay
Image courtesy of Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth
Dreams and Reality (Part I) by Muhammad Izdi x Reza Hasni x Kiat
Dreams and Reality (Part II) by Muhammad Izdi x Reza Hasni x Kiat
Dreams and Reality (Part III) by Muhammad Izdi x Reza Hasni x Kiat
Tales Don't Tell Themselves
2018 – Mixed media installation Part of Atypical Singapore, an art and augmented reality technology showcase that brings a slice of Singapore’s artistic facet into the streets of select cities.
Atypical Singapore presents seven contemporary artists from different specialisations whose exhibits connect with viewers through multi-sensory art experiences, participation and dialogue.
Curated by Khairuddin Hori, Curatorial Director & Partner of Chan + Hori Contemporary and part of the Passion Made Possible global campaign launched by the Singapore Tourism Board.
Atypical Singapore: Moscow 15 – 16 September 2018 FLACON Design Factory, Moscow, Russia
Atypical Singapore: Yangon 30 November – 2 December 2018 Bogalay Zay Street, Yangon, Myanmar
Atypical Singapore: New Delhi 15 – 17 February 2019 Kona, Jor Bagh Market, New Delhi, India In conjunction with F(r)iction organised by ST+ART India
Atypical Singapore: Bangkok 12 – 17 March 2019 BACC (Bangkok Art and Culture Centre), Bangkok, Thailand Part of The Unknown World exhibition organised by Singapore Tourism Board which features a collaboration between two well-known street artists – Rukkit Satapornwajana (Rukkit) from Thailand and Samantha Lo (SKL0) from Singapore.
Home is to Die for
2018 Silkscreen print
HandJob is a year long printmaking initiative where 8 Associate Printmakers respond to different facets of heritage through means of printmaking.
Presented by The Substation part of Cities Change. People die. Everything you know goes away Various locations in Singapore
An exhibition called Cities Change. Print Exhibition & Fundraiser was held in conjunction with Singapore Art Week 2019 at The Substation showcasing all the prints by the eight artists involved in the HandJob initiative.
Prints are available for sale. Ten specially-customised box sets featuring all eight artist's prints will also be available for purchase. Email your interest or enquiries to email@example.com.
Images courtesy of The Substation
Once Upon A Hundred Lies
A collaboration with contemporary artist, Zaki Razak
2018 Digital illustration & performance art
Presented by Asian Film Archive part of State of Motion 2018: Sejarah-Ku Curated by Kamiliah Bahdar National Library Building & Malay Heritage Centre, Singapore
Photo credit: Asian Film Archive
A collaboration with Tobyato and Taman Jurong residents 2018 Mixed media installation Part of The Arts and Culture Nodes, an initiative by the National Arts Council, in collaboration with PAssionArts and Taman Jurong Community Arts and Culture Club Our Gallery at Taman Jurong, Singapore
Images by Ong Yi Teck
Transcendence: The Legend of Ryu Wuri by Addy Cradle
2018 Digital illustration & video projection
Presented by Esplanade – Theatre on the Bay part of Pesta Raya 2018 – Malay Festival of Arts Esplanade – Theatre on the Bay, Singapore
Photo credit: Yusri Yusoff
The Brown Dabble
2017 Various media
First solo show at Chan + Hori Contemporary
Photo credit: Nazra Sani
No Regrets For Our Youth
2017 Various media
No 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
You Can't See Me
2016 Various media
Exhibited at Coming Hom3, Kovan Hub, Singapore. Presented by People's Association.
Photo credit: Melvin Belphats
Limb from Limb
2016 - Digital illustration on skateboard ramp & decks
Exhibited at: Cannot be Bo(a)rdered: Paris, Espace Commines, Paris, France Part of Urban Art Fair | Paris 2017
Cannot be Bo(a)rdered: Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Part of Urbanscapes Arts Festival 2016
Cannot be Bo(a)rdered, Aliwal Arts Centre, Singapore Part 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).
2015 Digital illustration on canvas wallpaper
Exhibited at Open Sea, Musée d’art contemporain de Lyon Part of Singapour en France – le Festival 2015