Monday, 15 August 2011

Friday, 12 August 2011

Wednesday, 8 June 2011

The Crows Cry While The Bear Returns

Cover art for Cain's mixtape, The Crows Cry While The Bear Returns:

Recapturing... Vague

A visual set for Recapturing... Vague by choreographer, Zhuo Zihao. Commissioned by the Singapore Arts Festival 2011.

Credits to Margalex for camera work.


A child is born with myopia so serious he is almost blind. Years later, as a grown man and an emerging choreographer, he tries to remember his boyhood days, but what he can conjure up are not visual images, but the stuff of other senses.

Recapturing... Vague is inspired by Zhuo Zihao's mission to recall the feeling of his myopic childhood, a feeling formed out of senses other than sight. The resulting dance evokes something diaphanous, a sentiment of something so close and yet so far, akin to perceiving with certainty the existence of something through frosted glass, but not knowing what the something is beyond shadows and vagueness.

Recapturing... Vague is performed by a small and select team of dancers, accompanied by original soundtrack and visual projection, and choreographed by Zhuo Zihao.

In The Middle, Singapore Arts Festival 2011

Sunday, 13 March 2011

Nepenthe for a Broken Heart

A collaboration with writer, Reilly Phanes, Nepenthe for a Broken Heart illustrates journal entries, honouring an emotional landscape that is at once exquisite and universal in its humanity.

Reilly is a free spirit with a bohemian attitude towards life. He loves travelling, reading and laughing, A LOT. He journals to process the experiences he encounters in his life; the things that spill over; the scary emotions; authentic living and the questions that remain.

27 June 2010

2 July 2010

15 Jan 2008

Letter to W.D.

Nepenthe For A Broken Heart, 2011
70 x 50cm each
Ink and Gouache on Paper

Saturday, 19 February 2011

Apartment No.5

Open House 2011: An Art Walkabout
Apartment No.5: A collaboration with Marc Gabriel Loh

Open House 2011 Website

Newspaper Reviews:
TODAY, 3 Jan 2011
The Straits Times, 30 Dec 2010
The New Paper, 9 Jan 2011

Online Reviews:
The Longue Duree
Today Online
Rock The Trend
Look Good Can Already
Andrew Loves Jazzy

The Pearly Gates

A Singapore-Denmark collaboration: Clare Marie Ryan (SG), Marc Gabriel Loh (SG), Jes Brinch (DK), Jon Stahn (DK)

THE PEARLY GATES is a collaboration between 2 Singaporean and 2 Danish artists. It is an installation incorporating murals, landscape paintings, sculptures, objects, lights and music, integrated into a total experience. The theme of sexual liberation has fueled a series of humorous artwork that equally depicts and transcends the conventional stereotypes of both art and sexuality.