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Organised scenery

by Xiang Yun LOH

Organised scenery is a photographic composite of picturesque scenes found in man-made parks.

My experience with nature is captured through a collection of these twelve photographs. Natural and man-made textures are organised together to form these ‘natural’ recreation spaces. As urban dwellers, most of us have a great yearning to connect with nature. The ephemeral feeling of transiting between natural spaces and the high-density cities is translated through the use of chiffon as the printing medium. The use of this medium with the printed translucent overlaying images further engage our tactile and visual senses to examine how nature is being engineered in our cities, reframing our perception and experiences with nature.


Xiang Yun LOH (b. 1988) is an artist and scientific botanical illustrator who lives and works in Singapore. Her work interrogates how people relate to nature. Using her observations made through drawing, painting, and photography, she examines the everyday to study how nature is managed and engineered in our cities. Through durational projects that map and document plants in our surroundings, she charts the changing ways we see and define nature. In 2018, she began her professional career as a scientific botanical illustrator, producing work for Singapore Botanic Gardens. Her drawings were included in scientific publications such as floras, monographs, and new species descriptions primarily using dried and alcohol-preserved herbarium specimens. She is currently contributing illustrations to the 10-year project ‘Flora of Singapore’ spearheaded by the Singapore Botanic Gardens under the National Parks Board (NParks). It aims to catalogue and describe all the plant species that can be found in Singapore, from mosses to flowering plants.


Size: 11.5 x 16.5 cm

Year: 2019

Pages: 15p

Paper: Chiffon (Fabric)

Printing: Dye-sublimation

Publisher: Self-published

4th Edition of 50

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