Kay Kok Chung Oi

Kay is an artist, art researcher and educator. Her solo exhibition in 2004, “Distant Call” was based on the work of ethno-historian, Professor James Francis Warren’s book, Rickshaw Coolie: A People’s History of Singapore 1880-1940. Kay’s exhibition was cited by Prof Warren in his keynote speech at the inauguration of National Museum of Singapore in 2007. Another of Kay’s work, “Virtuous Cycle” won a spot in the Land Transport Authority Integrated Art Competition, 2007. Today, it is on display at the Macpherson MRT Station. Kay presents at global conferences and publishes her works internationally. She holds a doctoral degree in Education from UK’s University of Durham, a master’s degree in Art Education from the School of the Arts Institute of Chicago and a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Her research interests include the development of extended logic through visual arts education. Through her works, she aims to impart the ability to reinvent and derive fresh possibilities from existing ideas.