Based in Singapore
Zhiyi is an artist based in Singapore. Through her multi-disciplinary practice with a focus in film, she reflects upon millennial expositions and exigencies, seeking to exercise strategic complicity with the narratives she creates. In doing so, she hopes to dissolve the distinction between fact and fiction, subject, object and project. Some of her research interests include the conditions of labour in the creative regime, the myth of co-working spaces, and youngster’s love stories.
Her exhibiting history includes 2272 - Open Report at Tentacles Gallery (Bangkok, 2019), Space Oddities at the Substation (2019), The Open Workshop at Supernormal Space (2020) and State of Motion 2021 - [Alt/Opt] Realities at MarinaOne (2021). She is also a member of the interdisciplinary art collective Pure Ever.
Essay for Live Creative Show’s Premiere Exhibition, Thomas Ragnar, https://creativeshow.live/Essay
Short Film Review: Morning Elsewhere (2021) by Han Feng Yu, Luke Georgiades, Asian Movie Pulse, https://asianmoviepulse.com/2021/03/short-film-review-morning-elsewhere-2021-by- han-feng-yu/
“A rose is a rose is a rose”: Openness in Interpretation, Hilary Yeo, so-far online, https://www.so-far.online/weekly/a-rose-is-a-rose-is-a-rose-openness-in-interpretation/
Pure Ever Navigates Alternative Realities in our Digital World, Racy Lim, Sand Magazine, https://www.sandmagazine.com/Pure-Ever
A Little Uneasy, Jamie Lee, Asian Film Archive - Singapore Shorts, https:// www.asianfilmarchive.org/a-little-uneasy/? fbclid=IwAR13VsqX1rKbSoCI5ED7cxEjekar3cqBwZGI_sIX6dK9snuMp-Y-JpEN3C8
Understanding the concepts of the works at ‘Space Oddities’, Racy Lim, Sand Magazine, https://www.sandmagazine.com/Space-Oddities-The-Substation
Space Oddities: New show at Substation looks at e-scooters and public spaces, Ong Sor Fern, The Straits Times, https://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/arts/space-oddities-new-show-at-substation- looks-at-e-scooters-and-public-spaces? fbclid=IwAR0Fjq63Conp5kkV5r75Yrsl5CmMH5rlr9aYU8fUzwnAXNB-3U4DvjxLcyI
Zhiyi Cao and Divaagar are Space Oddities, An interview with the Substation, https://apublicsquare.sg/blog-space-oddities/
These Underground Party Organisers Want To Bring Back Good Vibes And Great Music To Singapore's Scene, Keng Yang Chuen, Female Magazine Singapore, https:// www.femalemag.com.sg/lifestyle/singapore-underground-party-organisers-slasher-demo-ttbd/