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Priyageetha Dia

Priyageetha Dia (Singapore, she/her) is a visual artist. Working in the field of moving image, sculpture, installation, and text, her practice unfolds contemplative constructions of alternate futures and speculative imaginaries to readdress historical and cultural production of her Tamizh identity. Amongst the other exhibitions and projects that she has been part of, it includes two solo shows under Art Porters Gallery; ‘The Earth and her skin’ (2020) and ‘UPGRADED’ (2018); ‘An Exercise of Meaning in a Glitch Season’ (2020) at the National Gallery Singapore; S.E.A Focus at Gillman Barracks (2019); and ‘2219: Futures Imagined’ (2019) at Art Science Museum Singapore.

Blood Sun

4:3 aspect ratio, 30s video
2022

For Blood Sun, the artist draws from science fiction author Octavia E. Butler, and looks at the notion of crossroads as a form of hybrid space. Priya presents a piece reimagining an alternate futuristic paradigm that negotiates the human and non-human, and land relations.

Blood Sun

4:3 aspect ratio, 30s video
2022

For Blood Sun, the artist draws from science fiction author Octavia E. Butler, and looks at the notion of crossroads as a form of hybrid space. Priya presents a piece reimagining an alternate futuristic paradigm that negotiates the human and non-human, and land relations.

Priyageetha Dia

Priyageetha Dia (Singapore, she/her) is a visual artist. Working in the field of moving image, sculpture, installation, and text, her practice unfolds contemplative constructions of alternate futures and speculative imaginaries to readdress historical and cultural production of her Tamizh identity. Amongst the other exhibitions and projects that she has been part of, it includes two solo shows under Art Porters Gallery; ‘The Earth and her skin’ (2020) and ‘UPGRADED’ (2018); ‘An Exercise of Meaning in a Glitch Season’ (2020) at the National Gallery Singapore; S.E.A Focus at Gillman Barracks (2019); and ‘2219: Futures Imagined’ (2019) at Art Science Museum Singapore.