UNESCO-NIE Centre for Arts Research in Education (CARE)

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May 2021
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This critical dialogue examines the creative processes of Zen Teh, a Singapore environmental artist, focusing on her personal experiences and observations leading to a collaborative mode of inquiry to create immersive artistic works to raise awareness towards environmental issues. The dialogue stems from an ongoing research project (RI4/10 LCH) funded by the National Institute of Education (Singapore) Academic Research Fund: Self and Society in Singapore Contemporary Art: An Intersectional Exploration of Identity Politics Among Emerging Singaporean Artists
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Environmental Artist, Zen Teh: Exploring Creative Processes and Pedagogical Possibilities
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