Adar Ng (Singapore) is a media artist who works primarily with the medium of photography and video. Her works are based on philosophical queries on reality and its impermanence in the world. She uses the camera as a witness of the absence and presence in other inanimate entities and employs the usage of metaphors in a poetic endeavour to portray temporality and loss.

Adar is a graduate from the school of Art, Design & Media, Nanyang Technological University. She recently took part in a group exhibition 'Adaptations' organised by Supernormal.sg and was awarded a Merit Prize for CDL Singapore Young Photographer Award 2018.

 

Exhibition / Presentation
Undescribed #04. Group exhibition. Deck, Singapore. 2019
11th Yangon Photo Festival. Evening presentation. Yangon. 2019
Adaptations by Supernormal.sg. Group exhibition. Gillman Barracks, Singapore. 2019
Here and nowadays, we are at the moment right now. Screening Programme.  Sangnual Lap, Bangkok. 2018
CDL Singapore Young Photographer Award. Group showcase. Deck, Singapore. 2018
Verna-cular. Group exhibition. School of Art, Design & Media Art Gallery, Singapore. 2017
International Photography Awards. Group exhibition. School of The Arts, Singapore. 2017
Noise Art Mentorship exhibition. Group exhibition. The Objectifs, Singapore. 2017
In Relation. Group exhibition. The Private Museum, Singapore. 2016
Noise Singapore 2016 Festival. Group exhibition. Outdoor of Capitol Piazza, Singapore. 2016 


Commissioned Work
Public Art Commission, World of Om, vinyl-print installed on a globe (50 x 50cm),
Noise Singapore 2016 Festival, National Arts Council. Capitol Piazza, Singapore. 


Other Achievement
Belgrade Photo Month New Talents 2019
- Top 10 Finalists
CDL Singapore Young Photographer Award, Youth Category 2018
- Merit Prize
International Photography Awards 2017
- Single Image Student Category 3rd Prize
- Moving Image Student Category 2nd Prize
FreedomFilmFest 2017 Singapore 2017
Asian Film Focus 2017
ArchiFest 2017 Building Agency: Singapore 2017
Noise Art Mentorship Programme 2017

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