About the artists
Artist, Aidah Dolrahim (Singapore)
Aldah recently graduated from Open University, conducted at LASALLE-SIA
College of the Arts with a BFA in May 2005. Recipient of the
Georgette Chen Art Scholarship in 2002 and The Della Butcher Art
Award (Certificate of Merit) in 2004. A full time artist,
Aldah's works have been exhibited in 'Dream Catcher', photo
slideshow at Esplanade, Singapore , Red + White = Pink,
Utterly Art, Singapore and Passionova Photography exhibition,
Centro, One Fullerton, Singapore.
Biography of artist, Cheng Guang Feng (China)
Cheng Guang Feng was born in 1983 in Shenyang, China. He graduated
in 2001 from Shenyang Art Academy majoring in drawing and is
currently residing in Singapore and pursuing his art education with
a scholarship from Nayang Academy of Fine Arts
(ceramics). Guang Feng participated in numerous exhibitions in
Beijing and Singapore; Insomnia 48hrs at The Arts House in 2004 and
his recent Solo Exhibition at Your Mother Gallery titled,
'Discovery' in 2005 to name a few.
artist, Dan Lim (Singapore)
Dan is currently pursuing his Diploma in Fine Arts (Sculpture) from
Lasalle SIA. His works has been exhibited in NAFA South East Asia
Fine Arts Exhibition, Sculpture Square in 2004.
Artist, Jeremy Hiah (Singapore)
with Bachelor of Arts Fine Arts. Royal Melbourne Institute and
Technology University, Melbourne, Australia in 2001. Jeremy is the
director of Your Mother Gallery which started in Jan 2005. He is
also a member of The Artists Village, Singapore since 1996 and was
previously elected Vice President for the year 2001. A member of The
Sculpture Society, Singapore since 2001, currently holding the Vice
President position, he is very active in the art scene and has
participated in many exhibitions both local and overseas like San
Francesco, Como, Italy, Germany, Hong Kong, Australia and Thailand.
Jeremy held his solo show 'RAW/WAR' at Your Mother Gallery in 2005
with the support of NAC and a group show ' Snratch' in Beijing.
Lina Adam (Singapore)
Established project ¡®a fraction of mad lynette¡¯, a series of ongoing
art projects, website, a mail art project featuring young Singapore
artists, an online magazine featuring young Singapore artists and
others, still in progress of conceptualization and work in
collaboration with alternative art gallery ¡®Your Mother Gallery¡¯ and
its director Jeremy Hiah, since 2004/2005.
artist, Marienne Yang Xiao-Juan (Singapore)
Marienne recently graduated with Bachelor of Fine Arts (High
Distinction) from University of Tasmania, majoring in Electronic
Media in 2004. She has exhibited widely in Australia and Singapore.
She is a member of The Artist Village since 2005.
Artist, Warren Khong (Singapore)
A young artist currently in the midst of his studies, he venerates
God, Art and various levels of intoxication and is passionate about
all three. A lover of both the avant-garde and kitsch, it is easy to
see why he is sometimes caught in a conundrum. Nonetheless he
endeavors to put both into his art. Warren is also a member of The
Artist Village since 2005.
Artist, Yeo Shih Yun (Singapore)
fascination for the abstract medium surfaced during her time at
Lasalle, when she first experimented with the fusion of fine arts
and contemporary design. One of her early experimental works
received acclaim as a highly commended entry for the UOB Painting of
the Year competition in 1999, which spurred her to further explore
fine arts and the abstract form. After graduating from Lasalle,
Shih Yun attended the one-year Post Baccalaureate Program (Painting)
at the San Francisco Art Institute.
Shih Yun has
collaborated with artists from America and UK for the past four
years and has held numerous exhibitions in Singapore and Australia.
Some of her recent exhibitions include ¡°exit¡± in Melbourne,
Australia and ¡°NewFinds 2003" at MITA ARTrium. In addition, she was
awarded the Emerging Artist Grant from the National Arts Council to
hold her first solo exhibition titled, ¡°log:one03¡± at Block 43
Studio Gallery in 2003.
instinc is located
at the attic of a conservation townhouse that has been carefully
restored, originally built in the 1800s. Creating an inspirational
environment to work in, instinc has a pointed roof with high ceiling
and a large patio natural lighting, adding to the character of the
November 2004, instinc is an artist-run space that aims to foster
friendships and collaborations with other artists. instinc is a
dynamic space in continuous process of creation and is committed in
exhibiting all forms of contemporary art.
The objectives of
provide an exhibition space managed by an artist in order to
establish a vibrant environment for creative practice and dialogue.
provide a space to exchange ideas and interaction for artists in the
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