2022, Installation 
The Everyday Vinyl is a site-specific, public art vinyl installation that occupied a 100m walkway from City Hall to National Gallery Singapore. It was commissioned as part of Light to Night Festival 2022 from Jan-June 2022 by the National Gallery of Singapore.
The installation ruminates on the hyperobject of plastic, concentrating in particular on the ubiquitous vinyl.
In re-appropriating and collaging unwanted vinyl, the resulting tapestry prolongs the lifespan of these otherwise single-use disposable materials and reimagines them as art. 
We scavenged these vinyls from two sources. Firstly, local printing companies that have rolls of misprints and test prints. Secondly, from local arts initiatives ending their exhibition or showcase run.​​​​​​​
The afterlife of the work is currently in discussion, with possible framing of the vinyl artwork upon de-installation. 
The Everyday Vinyl is only possible with

Commissioning Body
National Gallery Singapore
Special Thanks
Jean Hair
Clifford Loh
Vygesh Mohan

Studio Assistants
Ethel Lim
Jomel Goh

Art Assistants
Goh Sze Kei
Hong Shu-ying
Ines Toa
Neo Jialing
Ye Marn Hein

Technical Installer
AVS Printing

AVS Printing
DanLim PrintLab
Echo Signcrafts
INDesignCreative (INDC)
Ling’s Image Print
Print Lab
Signarama Eunos
Simple Digital
Youprint Productions
Aaron Andrew Ang
Fitri Ya’akob
Jamie Foo
Kriti Andhare
Linda Li
Lin Shiauyu
Lu Yixin
Teo Xiao Ting
Tiara Lui
Theodore Tan
Qian Zilan
Rebekah Nix
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