Disposable Cities by Danielle Tay

Disposable Cities by Danielle Tay continues her reflection upon the tensions and harmony in cosmopolitan cities and urban landscapes. Inspired by her surroundings, Tay explores the notion of Singapore as a “disposable city” characterised by a sense of the impermanence and transience of buildings and structures in the country. The juxtaposition of lines and textures in her works may be viewed as representing a struggle to find balance in conflicting environments.

Born in 1990, Danielle recently completed her Diploma in Fine Arts at LASALLE College of the Arts. Working with paper as her main medium to create her works, she is especially intrigued by spaces and the environment around her. Her installations, a fusion of organic and structured elements that change and evolve according to each site, also question the formalist aspects of art. Having showcased her works at several exhibitions at LASALLE as well as the National Library of Singapore, Danielle will be pursuing her Bachelor in Fine Art at the Slade School of Fine Art, UK later this year.

6 through 25 Aug, 10am – 6pm at TriSpace, #B1-05, LASALLE College of the Arts. Admission is free.



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