Jeremy Hiah has been a practicing artist since 1993. His works are based on the social system and question how an individual should live in the society. After his studies in 1995, he has explored into different art media and has been working on collaboration with artists from different fields. He is well-travelled and his art projects span across Germany, Italy, Austria, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Indonesia, Australia, South Korea, Thailand and China. He has also been invited to several Artists in Residency program such as the UNSECO Artists in Residency in Vienna, Austria. Hiah is an active organiser of art events in Singapore, having established Your MOTHER gallery in 2004 and was the artistic director for the Fetter-Field Performance Art Event in 2006 and 2007. He is also a member and held the same position of Vice President in both The Artist Village in 2001 and Sculpture Society Singapore in 2005. As an arts educator, Hiah has been invited to conduct many art workshops in schools across all levels.
Jason Lee is an artist who works with several media which includes photography, installation, and performance. His current works deals with wide issues that revolve around the urban environment and contemporary society that inspires him. His artistic interest lies in the areas of urbanization, abandoned traditions, and sub-cultural lifestyle. He has participated in group exhibitions, curatorial projects and collaborations with varying roles as artist, organizer, photographer, web publisher and designer. He is based in Singapore and is a present member of The Artists Village. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Fine Art from the University of Huddersfield, UK.
Dennis Tan is a sound artist who deals with universal themes and the communication between individuals and society. His work is conceptual and influenced by his personal experiences. The impulse to develop sound body resulting from his interest in the sound and the material in the literal sense. In the creation of sound bodies the inclusion of environment, perception and communication patterns play a formative role. His works convey "stories" about the ideas of music and instrument and its analysis are also marked by hidden humor. All of this happens out of the quest, to develop new worlds of sound and to expand the multimedia perspectives and to promote their reception.