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Dr. Yanyun Chen (Singapore) is a visual artist, researcher, and professor. She received the prestigious Singapore National Arts Council Young Artist Award (2020) and ArtOutreach IMPART Visual Artist Award (2019). She curated "Collecting Bodies: A Short Story about art and nudities in Asia" (2022) and authored "Tracing Etymology: Origin and Time; Monsters and Demons" (2015). Chen graduated from the European Graduate School Philosophy, Art, and Critical Thought PhD programme (2018) and is a Professor of the Practice in Drawing and Painting at Tufts University School of Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, USA.

Victoria Hertel Velasco is a German-Venezuelan sensory installation artist based in Singapore. In her work, she constructs interactions between diverse material realms to expand our sense of kinship with our surroundings. Through her writing, she reflects on deliberate gestures of impact and how these translate into forms of care for our shared existence. She holds a BFA from the University of Barcelona and an MA in Fine Arts from LASALLE College of the Arts, in partnership with Goldsmiths, University of London.

Kimberly Chan is an artist-curator with a Master of Arts in Museum Studies and Curatorial Practices from NTU. Her practice focuses on the intersection of art and architecture, exploring memories of place and heritage preservation. With a multidisciplinary background in design, she has developed a keen interest in architecture beyond its physicality, where she aims to infuse unique narratives and experiences into the discourse surrounding heritage conservation.

Hannah Jade is a writer and aspiring art curator based in Singapore. She is drawn to Southeast and East Asian artworks and antiquities, as well as the emerging forms of contemporary new media art.

Yvonne Wang is a Singapore-based art writer and publicist. In addition to researching and writing about contemporary art for leading publications, she also collaborates with art platforms to create bespoke content. She holds an MA in Asian Art Histories from Goldsmiths, University of London, and an MSc in Politics and Communication from the London School of Economics.

Born in 2006, Michelle Wang is currently studying at the School of the Arts Singapore (SOTA). As an aspiring painter and ceramicist residing in Singapore, she hopes to pursue a prospective career in fine arts. Through her art, Michelle beckons viewers to appreciate the quiet sophistication that simplicity can convey. Her works are characterised by their use of traditional mediums to explore and push the boundaries of her subject matters. Exploring a contemporary take on traditional Chinese paintings, she integrates elements of both the Eastern and Western into her practice.

Rachel Lim is Managing Editor of Plural Art Mag. Trained in literature and art history, she loves honing the craft of writing and communicating the arts to new audiences. She's also recently worked on the display "Paper Trails: Navigating the T.K. Sabapathy Archives" at the NUS Museum.

Chong Jing, a writer based in Singapore, recently graduated from Brown University with a BA in Comparative Literature and East Asian Studies. Art is his first love, and he returns to it in all its forms over and over, seeking to be unsettled, moved, and transformed.