Spotted! Hazel Huang

“‘Convoluted cortices’ is a series of works to mark the space between the birth of an idea and its physical presence. What makes immaterial substances possess the power to create physical objects? How do our senses play a part in the process? Where does the art making ends?” – Hazel Huang.

Hazel is an undergraduate at the National Institute of Education, Singapore. She also volunteers in the Tuition Enrichment Programme supported by the Singapore Association for the Deaf.

To view more of her work, pop by  MinimArt5.0  on January 25 and 26.



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