Dawn Ng Singapore, b. 1982

Born in 1982, Dawn Ng is a multi-hyphenate visual artist from Singapore. She works across a diverse breadth of mediums, motives and scale ranging from text, illustration, collage, light, sculpture to large scale installations. Her work primarily deals with time, memory, and the ephemeral. To date, Dawn was part of the Jeju Biennale in 2017, participated in the inaugural Art Basel Hong Kong with her solo, SIXTEEN, followed by A Thing of Beauty, at the Art Paris Art Fair at the Grand Palais in 2015. She has also shown in Sydney, Shanghai, and Jakarta. Well known for her ubiquitous Walter series that garnered attention for its controversial guerilla content and form, the work was acquired into the permanent collection of the Singapore Art Museum, included in Open Sea at the 2015 Musée d'art contemporain de Lyon which explored the contemporary Art scene of Southeast Asia. In 2019, the artist was commissioned to fill a wing of the Art Science Museum for their Floating Utopias exhibition.