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Tan Wei 陳煒 (b.1997, Singapore) | Tanweiphotography@gmail.com |

Tan Wei [Singapore, b. 1997] is a visual artist who works spatially across a diverse breadth of mediums and depth ranging from conceptual to installation art. Rooted in her practice of storytelling, her art practice focuses on the fundamental construct of our reality and being that she experiences as part of the ordinaries in everyday living.

Through the reconstruction of her observations in everyday living, she hopes to invite audiences into the ever mani-fold theatre of the mind to consider, the ways in which we may be similar or otherwise, differ. Where she seek ultimately, to create works that would strike a resonating chord with the audience or otherwise, sets the stage for the audience to contemplate upon the synchronicity or lack thereof within otherwise mundane living experiences.

Education:

Current         | Bachelor in Fine Arts, Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore
2014-2017 | Diploma in Fine Arts, Lasalle college of the arts

 

Exhibition:

2012  Marred, Junior Shooting Home, National Library Building

2013  Reflections, From Then On, Objectifs Gallery

2014  Self Portrait, Minimart 5.0, The substation

2014  Utopia, Seeing with Digital Eyes, Praxis space

2014  Untitled | short film | Singapore Open Media Art Festival, Art after dark, Gillman Barracks

2016  Self-Reflection, The Youth Of Shooting Home, Library @ Orchard

2016  2075, Conversations Between The Echoes, Brother Joseph McNally Gallery

2016  徵, In search of ground: A retrospective of the local, Cube Foyer

2016  Desire for Permanence, "MULTI: +Project 2016" International Group Exhibition, Gallery TOMO, Kyoto, Japan

2017  Impermanence, In Hindsight, Brother Joseph McNally Gallery

2017  On Death/Living | short film | Anomalo(us), The Lasalle Show, Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), Gallery 1

Nomination:

2012 : Nominee of Platform Ten, Documentary Photography and Photojournalism

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