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About the Artists

Dawn Kwan

Dawn Kwan

Dawn Kwan is a young Singaporean painter and sculptor who has been featured on a number of television programmes, including Prime Time Morning Singapore on Channel News Asia, Mediacorp’s Superkids and Arts Forward on Okto, as well as various newspapers and magazines, such as The Business Times, Straits Times and the Robb Report.

In 2008, at age 11, her painting entitled When Dawn Overtakes The Night won the Highly Commended Award in the Abstract category in the 27th UOB Painting Of The Year exhibition.

Dawn has shown her work at several solo art exhibitions, including those held in collaboration with the Singapore Tourism Board in Beijing, the Spanish Tourism Office and the Swiss Embassy.

Discover more about this talented young artist on our website here

Danielle Tay

Danielle Tay
Danielle Tay is fascinated by the events and happenings in daily life which are sometimes overlooked. She is concerned with bringing the unseen to life and capturing the essence of fleeting moments which resonate with her. Her work traverses the boundaries of painting and craft, the abstract and the figurative, and incorporates processes of printmaking, painting and collage.
A graduate of the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, Danielle has been featured in The Peak magazine’s Jan 2017 issue in ‘The New Wave, Singapore’s next generation of artists’ and was named ‘Artist of the Month’ by ‘The Artling’ in April 2017. She earned a Highly Commended Award in the reputable Rise Art Prize 2018.

Danielle has exhibited both locally and internationally in London, Korea, Moscow, Hong Kong and Singapore and her works are held in private collections in Singapore, USA, UK and Australia. She has collaborated with and created works for clients such as JTC, Facebook, CapitaLand, the Singapore Tourism Board and MUJI.

Learn more about Danielle's process and practice here.

Alpana Vij

Alpana Vij

Alpana Vij is a Singapore-based contemporary artist. Her practice employs painting, found objects, photography and video to explore themes of perception and what constitutes ‘objective reality’. She is inspired by the Buddhist concept of śūnyatā, or emptiness, that focuses on the transitory and ephemeral nature and interconnectedness of all phenomena. She seeks to use her ritualised and meditative art making as a reflexive process to question and understand these teachings and to create immersive experiences that poetically engage the viewer in a dialogue.

Alpana graduated with a BFA from College of Art, New Delhi and received an MAFA from LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore. She is also deeply involved in bringing art to the community and has initiated and participated in various projects in Singapore and India.

Alpana has shown her works at several solo and group shows. Her works are in private collections in Singapore, the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia and India.

Learn more about Alpana and her practice on our website here and here.

Delia Prvački

Delia Prvački

Delia Prvački was born in Romania in 1950 and studied at the Institute of Fine Arts in Bucharest, graduating in 1975 with a Master’s degree in Applied Arts/Ceramics.

Her body of work focuses on establishing a new vocabulary and significance for the sculptural medium, experimenting with new techniques and influenced by her passion for other forms of art as well as archaeology. 

Delia has also been involved in numerous public art projects for private and government clients, including the National University of Singapore and LTA. Her monumental murals and colourful ceramic mosaics are a testament to her unique vision and singular interpretation of mural work and integrated forms in urban and natural environments.

Delia’s works are in the collections of several museums in Yugoslavia and Singapore, as well as in private collections in Singapore, Romania, Yugoslavia, Slovenia, Australia and the USA.

Learn more about Delia and her practice on our website here and here.

Common Touch Craft Unit

Common Touch Craft Unit

Common Touch Craft Unit is a homegrown ceramic studio based in Singapore, set up by ceramic artists Fyon Cheong and Zestro Leow. Through their work at Common Touch, they seek to bring people together through the craft of ceramics, as well as raise the profile of the local ceramic art scene.

Both Fyon and Zestro are emerging talents of the local ceramic art scene. They have each been selected for the Visual Art Development Association’s UNTAPPED programme, supported by Chan+Hori Contemporary. Zestro is also an Affordable Art Fair Young Talent Programme Finalist (2019). Fyon and Zestro were both educated at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, and between the two of them, they have exhibited in Singapore, Hong Kong, New Delhi, and Taiwan.

Find out more about Common Touch Craft Unit on our website here and here.

Justin Lin x Jenny Lin of The Tiny Torch

Justin Lin x Jenny Lin of The Tiny Torch

Sculptor Justin Lin and jeweller Jenny Lin may work at different scales, but their love of translating their interactions with nature into metal connects them. For this collaboration with Plural, Jenny and Justin draw on their memories of landscapes to create evocative jewellery pieces that conjure the poeticism of nature.

As an artist, Justin has shown in galleries in Singapore and Pittsburgh, United States, including Sullivan+Strumpf (2020), Flaneur Gallery (2015) and Miller Gallery (2014). Under her label The Tiny Torch, Jenny Lin designs and produces contemporary, daily-wear jewellery that seek a balance between ornament and armour. Justin and Jenny are both graduates of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, United States.

Read more about Justin and Jenny Lin on our website here.