Recent Submissions

  • The art of 'none' to 'nur' : meditating loss in relation to Islamic aesthetics and spirituality within mosque spaces in contemporary Singapore 

    Muhammad Noor Iskandar Othman (2018)
    Islamic art evolves across time and space as different communities embody varying veneers of the faith. This is reflected in the shifting architectural articulations of sacred spaces moving towards an arguably more ...
  • My daylight 

    Phua, Alicia Jie Yi (2018)
    As Louis Kahn once mentioned, “…we were born of light. The seasons are felt through light. We only know the world as it is evoked by light, and from this comes the thought that material is spent light. To me, natural light ...
  • Linked 

    Huang, Heyao (2018)
    “Linked” is a short stop-motion animation done for Final Year Animation 2017/2018. The film is executed with stop motion as the main technique of animation. This project seeks to explore the relationship between social ...
  • For lorn 

    Hoo, Yan Han (2018)
    The subject of this Final Year Project (FYP) report will be the 2D animated short film, For Lorn. This film is about an astronaut who misses Earth, and the circumstances that allow her to return to it. It aims to be a ...
  • Seeking artistic transformation elsewhere : microresidencies with case studies from Yogyakarta and Bali, Indonesia 

    Tengku Kamiliah Tengku Bahdar (2018)
    This thesis explores the increasing importance and prominence of artist residencies in relation to broader developments in contemporary art practices that is characterised by an expansion into the field of culture. It ...
  • Destiny's child: creating the perfect child through astrology 

    Nur Hasanah Affendi (2018)
    Singapore parents go to extreme lengths to ensure that their children will excel academically. They believe a child that does well academically will also be successful in their future, allowing them good jobs and be able ...
  • 2400 

    Ang, Kai Lin (2018)
    Sports has been commonly mistaken as to be associated for just health or survival benefits, and also as a form of distraction to most who prize practicality. Sports should rather, be tied closely to many domains of life ...
  • 'Water Book' sculptures 

    Tan, Pei Jing (2018)
    Focusing on the ‘Water Book’, my project investigates the meaning and the elements of the pictograms, and how these elements may be constructed. The ‘Water Book’ pictograms would reflect the Water clan’s way of life, values ...
  • Atelier of porcelain ghosts 

    Chan, Liying (2018)
    Atelier of Porcelain Ghosts is an illustrative experimentation that seeks to reimagine Japanese yōkai using stylistic elements from Chinese blue and white porcelain, or qing hua ci. Drawing from supernatural tales in ...
  • Resonance 

    Yang, Kaixin (2018)
    Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) has become an increasingly important diagnostic modality. It provides clear imagery of human tissues that helps doctors make more accurate diagnoses without harming the patients. However, ...
  • Arranged Spaces 

    Poh, Janice Esther (2018)
    Traditional provision shops have been around Singapore for quite a long time. Recognised as a vanishing trade and essential to Singapore’s heartland heritage, National Heritage Board (NHB) has been led to commission a ...
  • Apart 

    Lee, Joel; Sadik Ismail; Lim, Ebenezer; Low, Leon; Sonya Nair (2018)
    The craft of filmmaking is one that is all encompassing, combining the narrative with visuals, dialogue, sound design and scoring; each department coming together to work as a team to bring to screen the words that make ...
  • 起立 = Class : please rise! 

    Lau, Sin Yee (2018)
    起立, Class: Please Rise! is a mobile game application for pre-schoolers who are about to enrol in Primary 1. Its aim is to enable students to have fun learning the Chinese language. It focuses on helping them remember ...
  • Apart : production design 

    Sadik Ismail (2018)
    Film speaks to us in the form of visuals. This visual language is captured by the world that is created within the frame that the lens of the camera captures. Herein lies the responsibility of the production designer; to ...
  • Datengeist 

    Naidu, Kapilan (2018)
    Datengeist is a digital artwork that challenges how we identify as private individuals in the 21st century. Pulling from real-time social media data sources, the work is a two-part system that exists both online and in the ...
  • A fleeting moment = 一瞬間 

    Heng, Jeth Guan Seng (2018)
    A Fleeting Moment is a Final Year Thesis Film about two ex-lovers, entrapped by memories of a decade lost to them, meeting by chance in the town they met. Time seems to have stopped since then, allowing them a chance to ...
  • Mindful sitting 

    Fong, Hin Wai (2018)
    With the increasingly prevalent use of technology, humans of the 21st century lead their daily lives in a manner that is vastly different from humans of previous centuries. Unlike our highly active ancestors, the movement ...
  • Grilles by rote 

    Chia, Thong (2018)
    What started out as an interest to utilize undervalued fabric to create tapestries through various tying techniques led to a series of exploration and experimentations of how other commercial fast discarded materials (e.g. ...
  • In process of time 

    Citradewi, Carla Gabriela (2018)
    The research sought to investigate personal and interpersonal detachment and discomfort regarding unresolved past events and family relationship. Divided into two parts, self-awareness and shift of perspective, the ...
  • Endloop 

    Teo, Wen Hui (2018)
    Since the beginning of our existence, humans have always sought to transcend ourselves beyond our physical and mental capabilities; and man has always been obsessed with overcoming death through quests for immortality. ...

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