Cally Tan (b. 1998) is a visual arts student who recently graduated from School of The Arts Singapore (SOTA). A Design major, Cally’s works often involve the use of textiles and illustrations. They are anchored in her interest in social and cultural anthropology and relational aesthetics. She has worked as an illustrator for Orchestra Music Makers, and participated in the Singapore Art Book Fair 2015.
Lee Wan Xiang (b. 1991) received her BA (Hons) in Fine Arts from LASALLE College of the Arts in 2014. Her artistic practice largely involves the act of mark-making, illustration, and the use of personal symbolism and imagery in drawing. Often exuding a sense of struggle and yearning, her works not only reflect her organic creative processes, but also her honest pursuit towards discovery.
Ang Siew Ching is an artist and educator. She completed her BA in Fine Art and History of Art at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her work uses photography and the moving image as a language to access the contemporary landscape. She is interested in utopian ideals of architecture and urban planning, industrial and suburban landscapes, and film and photography theories.
Valence Sim has been taking street and documentary photos for the past six years, since he first read about GE11: We Were There. He was mesmerised by the documentary style of using photos to tell a story. He was formerly a journalist and has exhibited his work in ShanghArt Gallery, National Library, LASALLE and *Scape.
SUPERSECT is a rock band formed in 2014 comprising of a close knit group of friends. Despite having known each other for years prior and spending almost every waking moment together, they never thought to play in the same music group. Eventually, after playing as session musicians in many other bands of varying genres, it became obvious to them that they should start their own band. The distinct sound of SUPERSECT is a result of the wide range of influences that each member has attached to themselves in their previous incarnations as session men, from funk rock bands like Red Hot Chilli Peppers to 80’s thrash metal bands such as Metallica.
Miss Lou (Lou Peixin) is a singer who blends old-school vocal stylings with modern sensibilities. Described as a reborn jazz soul, her songs are snapshots of 21st Century life told in the language of doo-wop, swing, and soul. Her versatile musicality is informed by a lifetime's worth of artistic pursuits in many diverse areas, from musical theatre to Brazilian percussion. She reached Top 9 on MediaCorp Channel 5's The Final 1 Season 2 (2016), and has sung at countless large-scale corporate and community events. Miss Lou is in the midst of recording her debut EP, and has her sights set on making the world a better place… one song at a time.