Digital art is growing and evolving everyday with immersive, interactive and engaging media. Whether through reactive art that changes with certain circumstances (e.g. Weather, mood, colour etc.) or immersive art that fully transports you, the possibilities are endless and only limited to our imaginations.Read More
When Navapark contacted us, their brief was clear. They wanted an art collection that would emphasize the tropical and resort feel of the club.
For many big spaces, the starkness of empty walls can create a feeling of loneliness and isolation. Art in a big space becomes instantly accessible while promoting a sense of identity and attachment.Read More
Apart from two-dimensional paintings, Fiidaa Art also explores sculptures as an interesting and impactful art medium to fill large spaces.Read More
When looking at John Martono’s art, many are intrigued by the dynamic interplay and movement of colours that seem to dance with one another. This is largely afforded by the uniqueness of the silk canvas, and John’s artistic mastery of the medium. Fiidaa Art spoke to John to find out more about how he works and what his works mean to him.Read More
A familiar artist to Fiidaa Art – Shih Yun Yeo – showcases several of her new works in an ongoing exhibition Diaries, Marking Time and Other Preoccupations at the National University of Singapore Museum. Transforming the exhibition room into a studio space where art-making occurs, Diaries, Marking Time and Other Preoccupations reveals Shih Yun’s valuation of spontaneity and the artistic process behind her practice.Read More