The Winston Oh Travel Award is an annual grant that enables selected students from the McNally School of Fine Arts to travel abroad and develop their artistic research and practice. The award supports students in their graduate and postgraduate years of art education by offering them the opportunity to immerse themselves in a different environment and culture. This exhibition — a culmination of the students’ research and studies upon return —presents works in a range of media by the 10 recipients of this year’s Practice and Research awards.
Practice Award recipients and their destinations are Ahmad Anwar Bin Umar (Myanmar), Fazleen Karlan (Malaysia), Gracelyn Koh (Taiwan), Chloe Po (China) and Jamie Teo (South Korea).
Research Award recipients and their destinations are Christabel Ngoi (Tibet), Yen Phang (Iceland), Moses Tan (China), Victoria Tan (Japan) and Tinu Verghis (Iran).
- Moses Tan, Untitled (video still), 2016. Courtesy of the artist and Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore