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Alecia works primarily with photography, video and installation. She produces bodies of portraits involving a variety of individuals, overlooked communities and their spaces.

Her art works have been exhibited in various international festivals and galleries such as Singapore Art Museum (Singapore), Valentine Willie Fine Art (Singapore), Singapore International Photography Festival, the International Orange Festival (China), University of Bangkok (Thailand), Cittadellarte (Italy) and Noordelicht International Photo Festival (Netherlands). She has been commissioned by the  Singapore Art Museum, M1 Singapore Fringe Festival, the National Library Board (Singapore) and the National Arts Council (Singapore) for several art projects.

In 2012, she has completed an art residency at Cittadellarte’s Universita delle Idee (Italy) set up by Arte Povera artist Micheangelo Pistoletto, which operates with the agenda of art for social transformation.

She is also co-founder and artist lead at Brack, an arts platform for socially-engaged art.




Alicia Chua is currently pursuing a BSc in Marketing at the University of Southampton. Previously, a student from Republic Polytechnic's Diploma in Arts and Theatre management, specialising in Arts Production management. Alicia had led and assisted in multiple children events and visual arts projects. She is interested in starting and promoting fresh developments or projects. 



Yun Teng is currently doing a joint honors in Fine Art and Art History in Goldsmiths, University of London. She works across a variety of mediums and fields (sculpture, textiles, installation, photography), and has interests ranging from gallery curation, to street art, to theatre, to community-engaged art. She also enjoys writing and reading critically as a means of supplementing her artistic pursuits. In her free time, Yun Teng does crazy things like paint 50m long murals and dance hip-hop on London streets.




Athirah is a creative designer and a graduate from Nanyang Polytechnic. With a strong passion for the arts, design, architecture  and music she oftens explores and experiment with many different mediums all to better understand the relationship between the human spirit and the environment around us. She has had experiences leading a team for exhibitions and was one of the creative leads in her alma mater's first Art's Festival. On other days, she's probably with her guitar or a camera in hand.  



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It has been an enriching and a very meaningful, almost magical, journey together with Unseen Art Initiatives. It all started with the first Unseen exhibition for M1 Fringe Festival 2014: Art & the People. I was particularly impressed by the lovely images presented by one of the visually-impaired participants, created during Alecia’s creative workshop in Taipei. One quote by one of the participants stood out for me: Like the clouds. Carefree, unrestricted.

That was the turning point for me. Ever since then, no regrets and I sincerely thank Alecia for the empowerment trusted to me; for allowing me to be involved in the creative process together with her for the subsequent Unseen series. My personal best memories are definitely those “unseen” behind-the-scene moments together - the discussions, troubleshooting, observations, late-nights-early-mornings kopi, site recces, pitching to interested parties, laughter, blood, sweat and tears. Especially for Unseen: Constellations, I truly learn a lot from her, the students and their mentors as well as everyone else involved. I am grateful.
— Safiah Sulaiman, Freelance Arts Manager
A smile on their faces warms my heart.
— Alicia Chua, Project Assistant