With each colour portal symbolising a moment and a journey in itself, viewers are guided by the alternating rhythms of horizons on an act of discovery that echoes a seamless perpetuity of losing and finding oneself over and over again
A THING OF BEAUTY
A series of photographed installations of small, locally sourced objects —the objectified minutia of everyday life, culminating in a structural wonderland of monochromatic shapes and shades.
A body of work with words engraved on stone, standing as blocks of compressed time, in an emotionality of shades.
MERRY GO ROUND
A massive orbit of folding mirrors and gradient hues, which echo the soft peeling palette of an old, colossal ship-repair factory, where time has collapsed in on itself.
‘DO YOU THINK THEY CAN SEE US?.’
‘NOPE. WE DON’T EXIST REMEMBER?’
The curious case of the colossal rabbit.
22 Sep 2017
Rehearsals for the Final farewell Dawn Ng in Conversation with Michael Lee
Art-in-sight / Ocula
31 Jul 2018
Australia Art Collector
23 May 2016
Dawn Ng’s Free-ranging installation at Hermès aloft space
29 May 2013
Singaporean Artist Scores at Art Basel in Hong Kong
Art in America