(b. Singapore, 1982)
A structural adaptation that echoes how we could sometimes lose control of personal motivations to surrender to a game of chance, Dawn’s billboard offers food for thought instead of promoting products for consumption. Drawn from a year’s worth of daily responses to questions from a child psychologist, this text-based work, Pinball, projects familiar feelings of anxieties and uncertainties as we wade through the complexities of the everyday. Dawn’s works span different mediums and formats from photography to installations; revolving around studies of colour, emotion, memory and time. She double-majored in Journalism and Studio Art at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. and graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art in London. She participated in the 2017 Jeju Biennale and her exhibitions include How to Disappear into a Rainbow (2016) at the Hermès Aloft Gallery, Singapore and A Thing of Beauty (2015) at Grand Palais during the Art Paris Art Fair.