Moses TAN (SG)
The Old Fort, 2017
graphite on wood, fabricated toilet cubicles, dimensions variable
Installation view at Making Shadows, Grey Projects, Singapore
Moses Tan is an artist based in Singapore. His research interests include queer melancholia, poetic resistance and the potentials of scientific analogies. His artworks engage with quiet resistance through feelings such as melancholia and disassociation. Employing drawing and video in installations, he examines experiences and spaces.
Tan received his BA (Hons) in Fine Arts from LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore. He also holds a BA (Hons) in Chemistry and Biological Chemistry from Nanyang Technological University.
He won the Noise Singapore 2014 Award for Art and Design, the Winston Oh Travel Research Grant 2016 and the LASALLE Award of Academic Excellence 2016.
Making Shadows, Grey Projects, Singapore
Wayang Malam 2: Short Films, Videos and Animations, Winstedt Campus, LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore
Latency, Hidden Space, Hong Kong
Videotage Cross Campus Art Exhibition, LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore
Global Videos, synchronised screenings in 15 countries on International Human Rights day, curated by Stichting White Cube, Netherlands
Wayang Malam, Winstedt Campus, LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore
The Measure of Things, Praxis Space, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Singapore
If home was a word for illusion, Substation Gallery, Singapore
The Great Lubricator, Alliance Francaise, Singapore
Becoming of Age, Galeri Utama, Singapore
An American in Singapore, Brother Joseph McNally Gallery, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Singapore
Art of Reverie: An Exhibition, Scotts Square, Singapore
Easy Come Easy Go, Latent Spaces, Singapore
Art Walk, Little India, Singapore