You’re an art student—do you have any favourite artists?
Nguan, the local photographer. I like the tension that exists in his images, between the pastel hues and the sense of loneliness that he sometimes captures. I like his exhibition, How Loneliness Goes, at FOST Gallery in 2016/2017, and recently another local artist, Grace Tan, exhibited an archive of her work. I particularly liked the soft sculptures, and the combination of materials with the essence of community.
Is there something you’re currently working on?
I like photography so I’m always spending time on that, but right now something I’m trying to do is to get back into charcoal drawings.
What are you currently listening to?
A bit of everything, but recently I’ve been listening to a lot of Japanese alternative music.
If you could be any kind of material, what would it be?
Pillow cotton—I’d want to represent rest and comfort. It’s very important to me, personally.
Describe your sense of style:
Odd, and “huh?” (laughs)
MOS Burger, and honey cake.