Lisa Chandler and Hsieng Lu Fang

Lisa Chandler and Hsieng Lu Fang

Lisa Chandler (New Zealand)
INSTINC artist-in-residence May/June 2013

“It is wonderful that INSTINC is facilitating this collaborative arts project between local Singaporean and international artists. The project will give participants the opportunity to share ideas, creative processes and knowledge of the arts from their own corner of the world. It will be an invaluable and enriching experience for everyone that takes part.

“I felt privileged to be invited to take part in such an important milestone in INSTINC’s  history and to be selected from the many artists who have been involved over the last 10 years. I haven’t worked collaboratively with another artist before so it will be a fantastic new experience for me.”

Lisa Chandler

Lisa Chandler was born in Southend-on-Sea and immigrated with her parents to New Zealand when she was 9. Lisa expressed herself through art and design at school in Wellington and completed a Diploma in Visual Communication Design at Wellington Polytechnic before going onto have a successful career as a graphic designer. In 2005 she decided to concentrate on painting and now paints full time at her Ruby Bay studio, near Nelson. Lisa graduated with a Masters of Fine Arts (hons) from Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design in 2012. Her work has been recognized through awards, and acceptance as finalist in exhibitions including the Molly Morpeth Canaday Awards. Lisa also presented her MFA paper at the Affective Landscapes Conference at the University of Derby, England in May 2012.

Hsiung Lu-Fang (Singapore)

INSTINC exhibiting artist 2013

Hsiung Lu-Fang has worked with a variety of different forms, ranging from sculptural and conceptual works, to paintings, design and digital art, and her most recent works comprise abstract paintings that evoke associations with nature, imaginary landscapes and narratives. Drawing inspiration from observations on the inner workings of the mind and on the human condition, as well as reflections on the temporal and the eternal, her works tend to manifest in forms that reveal her love for colour. She has exhibited in a few group shows, written art reviews and articles for various projects / publications, and her works can be found in private collections.