Collected explorations
& musings on intimacy
Clarice Ng
b. 1996, Singapore
Multidisciplinary artist

Clarice Ng explores the intimacy that exists within the artist-audience relationship by producing installation books and ceramics. She is interested in facilitating experiences centred around vulnerability, solitude and human connection through manipulating text, sound, social and spatial elements into visual forms. Considering the audience as a central part of her practice, she prioritises participation, engagement and sees the audience as a co-author in fully realising her works.


Education
2016 – 2019      University of the Arts London, Camberwell College of Arts –  BA (Hons) Illustration 
2009 – 2014    School of the Arts, Singapore – International Baccalaureate Diploma, Higher Level Visual Art

Group Exhibitions 
2021    Shifting Between by Our Softest Hour, Singapore Art Week 2021 – Gillman Barracks, Singapore
2020    Power Play Independent Biennial Festival – The Arts House, Singapore
2020    Portal by The Starving Artists, Sea Currents and Synchronicities Festival – DECK, Singapore
2020    Streets of Hope, National Arts Council (NAC) – Orchard Road, Singapore
2020    Encounters, Digital Group Exhibition by Our Softest Hour
2019    Camberwell Undergraduate Degree Summer Show – London, UK
2019    East London Comics & Arts Festival – London, UK
2019    PLAYGROUND Group Exhibition – London, UK
2018    Sell Urself Group Exhibition – London, UK
2018    South London Story Lab Group Exhibition – London, UK
2016    Official To Yout Out There Book Launch and Reading – K+ Curatorial Space, Singapore
2016    Wonderground Festival – Art Trove Gallery, Singapore
2016    Singapore Art Book Fair 2016 – ArtScience Museum, Singapore

Awards
2019    Shortlisted for The Batsford Prize – London, UK

Interviews, Articles & Other Things
2021   Mushroomed by Object Lessons Space (ft. Clarice Ng) Podcast Interview
2020   On Physical and Digital Experiences in Art: a Conversation with Planeswalker and Supernormal
2020   The Making of a Virtual Art Festival, The Urbanwire
2019    Exploring Intimacy: An Interview with Clarice Ng
2016    Five recommendations from Singapore Art Book Fair 2016 
2016    Read This and Feel Whole Again

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