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Benedict Yu

Benedict Yu

Fine Arts / Visual Arts

Fine Arts / Visual Arts

Singapore, Singapore

Singapore, Singapore

Benedict Yu is a multi-disciplinary art practitioner and researcher who explores Eastern philosophy, psychology, and human behavior through the lense of contemporary arts, conversational interaction, technology, and artificial intelligence. His works and researches have been shown internationally in London, Kyoto, Tokyo, Berlin, Barcelona, Rovereto, Singapore, and Taiwan. Some of the places include Marina Bay Sands, National Museum of Singapore, National Design Center, Gajah Gallery, and Fondazione Opera Campana dei Caduti (Italy)

Recent Projects

Recent Projects

2021

"Motherboard" Singapore's Largest Indoor Shopping Mall Mural @GR.ID

Leading Artist: Benedict Yu Mural Team: BODHI, Isabel Lim, Jessica Goh, Joanna Lim, Sarah Noorhimli, Thng Ai Wei Mural Description: A heart is seen as the core of our lives, just like this motherboard that you see here. It is the source of vibrant and powerful energy for GR.ID. “Motherboard” represents the innovative and creative dynamics that coexist together here. It carries an endless amount of data, holds and allows communication between many components. This reflects GR.ID as a place where anyone and everyone who wants a haven to connect and freely create meaningful conversations. The intersection of the various floors around “Motherboard” can be seen as a collective of voices colliding into a spectrum of gradients where different perspectives and languages are exchanged. As people gather, the collective energy from each individual will be circulating the heart of the mall, nurturing an ever-growing, intricate, and creative hub for Singapore’s communities.

2021

"Motherboard" Singapore's Largest Indoor Shopping Mall Mural @GR.ID

Leading Artist: Benedict Yu Mural Team: BODHI, Isabel Lim, Jessica Goh, Joanna Lim, Sarah Noorhimli, Thng Ai Wei Mural Description: A heart is seen as the core of our lives, just like this motherboard that you see here. It is the source of vibrant and powerful energy for GR.ID. “Motherboard” represents the innovative and creative dynamics that coexist together here. It carries an endless amount of data, holds and allows communication between many components. This reflects GR.ID as a place where anyone and everyone who wants a haven to connect and freely create meaningful conversations. The intersection of the various floors around “Motherboard” can be seen as a collective of voices colliding into a spectrum of gradients where different perspectives and languages are exchanged. As people gather, the collective energy from each individual will be circulating the heart of the mall, nurturing an ever-growing, intricate, and creative hub for Singapore’s communities.

2021

生 Rebirth

Reflecting on the hardships of the pandemic and the rise of virtual communication, artist Benedict Yu presents “生 Rebirth”– an exhibition that revisits the collaborative strength of people and communities. ‍ From 13 to 14 August, visitors were invited to attend workshops and co-create an installation from A4 paper that resembles a pond of White Spider Lilies (彼岸花 “Bi An Hua” in Mandarin), a flower which symbolizes resilience and purity. ‍ Desiring to create an inclusive space that brings people from different walks of life together, Benedict strives to foster meaningful conversations through art. Accompanying his community installation, “生 Rebirth” also consisted of studio visits and studio tours.

2021

生 Rebirth

Reflecting on the hardships of the pandemic and the rise of virtual communication, artist Benedict Yu presents “生 Rebirth”– an exhibition that revisits the collaborative strength of people and communities. ‍ From 13 to 14 August, visitors were invited to attend workshops and co-create an installation from A4 paper that resembles a pond of White Spider Lilies (彼岸花 “Bi An Hua” in Mandarin), a flower which symbolizes resilience and purity. ‍ Desiring to create an inclusive space that brings people from different walks of life together, Benedict strives to foster meaningful conversations through art. Accompanying his community installation, “生 Rebirth” also consisted of studio visits and studio tours.

2021

"Motherboard" Singapore's Largest Indoor Shopping Mall Mural @GR.ID

Leading Artist: Benedict Yu Mural Team: BODHI, Isabel Lim, Jessica Goh, Joanna Lim, Sarah Noorhimli, Thng Ai Wei Mural Description: A heart is seen as the core of our lives, just like this motherboard that you see here. It is the source of vibrant and powerful energy for GR.ID. “Motherboard” represents the innovative and creative dynamics that coexist together here. It carries an endless amount of data, holds and allows communication between many components. This reflects GR.ID as a place where anyone and everyone who wants a haven to connect and freely create meaningful conversations. The intersection of the various floors around “Motherboard” can be seen as a collective of voices colliding into a spectrum of gradients where different perspectives and languages are exchanged. As people gather, the collective energy from each individual will be circulating the heart of the mall, nurturing an ever-growing, intricate, and creative hub for Singapore’s communities.

2021

"Motherboard" Singapore's Largest Indoor Shopping Mall Mural @GR.ID

Leading Artist: Benedict Yu Mural Team: BODHI, Isabel Lim, Jessica Goh, Joanna Lim, Sarah Noorhimli, Thng Ai Wei Mural Description: A heart is seen as the core of our lives, just like this motherboard that you see here. It is the source of vibrant and powerful energy for GR.ID. “Motherboard” represents the innovative and creative dynamics that coexist together here. It carries an endless amount of data, holds and allows communication between many components. This reflects GR.ID as a place where anyone and everyone who wants a haven to connect and freely create meaningful conversations. The intersection of the various floors around “Motherboard” can be seen as a collective of voices colliding into a spectrum of gradients where different perspectives and languages are exchanged. As people gather, the collective energy from each individual will be circulating the heart of the mall, nurturing an ever-growing, intricate, and creative hub for Singapore’s communities.

2021

生 Rebirth

Reflecting on the hardships of the pandemic and the rise of virtual communication, artist Benedict Yu presents “生 Rebirth”– an exhibition that revisits the collaborative strength of people and communities. ‍ From 13 to 14 August, visitors were invited to attend workshops and co-create an installation from A4 paper that resembles a pond of White Spider Lilies (彼岸花 “Bi An Hua” in Mandarin), a flower which symbolizes resilience and purity. ‍ Desiring to create an inclusive space that brings people from different walks of life together, Benedict strives to foster meaningful conversations through art. Accompanying his community installation, “生 Rebirth” also consisted of studio visits and studio tours.

2021

生 Rebirth

Reflecting on the hardships of the pandemic and the rise of virtual communication, artist Benedict Yu presents “生 Rebirth”– an exhibition that revisits the collaborative strength of people and communities. ‍ From 13 to 14 August, visitors were invited to attend workshops and co-create an installation from A4 paper that resembles a pond of White Spider Lilies (彼岸花 “Bi An Hua” in Mandarin), a flower which symbolizes resilience and purity. ‍ Desiring to create an inclusive space that brings people from different walks of life together, Benedict strives to foster meaningful conversations through art. Accompanying his community installation, “生 Rebirth” also consisted of studio visits and studio tours.

2021

"Motherboard" Singapore's Largest Indoor Shopping Mall Mural @GR.ID

Leading Artist: Benedict Yu Mural Team: BODHI, Isabel Lim, Jessica Goh, Joanna Lim, Sarah Noorhimli, Thng Ai Wei Mural Description: A heart is seen as the core of our lives, just like this motherboard that you see here. It is the source of vibrant and powerful energy for GR.ID. “Motherboard” represents the innovative and creative dynamics that coexist together here. It carries an endless amount of data, holds and allows communication between many components. This reflects GR.ID as a place where anyone and everyone who wants a haven to connect and freely create meaningful conversations. The intersection of the various floors around “Motherboard” can be seen as a collective of voices colliding into a spectrum of gradients where different perspectives and languages are exchanged. As people gather, the collective energy from each individual will be circulating the heart of the mall, nurturing an ever-growing, intricate, and creative hub for Singapore’s communities.

2021

"Motherboard" Singapore's Largest Indoor Shopping Mall Mural @GR.ID

Leading Artist: Benedict Yu Mural Team: BODHI, Isabel Lim, Jessica Goh, Joanna Lim, Sarah Noorhimli, Thng Ai Wei Mural Description: A heart is seen as the core of our lives, just like this motherboard that you see here. It is the source of vibrant and powerful energy for GR.ID. “Motherboard” represents the innovative and creative dynamics that coexist together here. It carries an endless amount of data, holds and allows communication between many components. This reflects GR.ID as a place where anyone and everyone who wants a haven to connect and freely create meaningful conversations. The intersection of the various floors around “Motherboard” can be seen as a collective of voices colliding into a spectrum of gradients where different perspectives and languages are exchanged. As people gather, the collective energy from each individual will be circulating the heart of the mall, nurturing an ever-growing, intricate, and creative hub for Singapore’s communities.

2021

生 Rebirth

Reflecting on the hardships of the pandemic and the rise of virtual communication, artist Benedict Yu presents “生 Rebirth”– an exhibition that revisits the collaborative strength of people and communities. ‍ From 13 to 14 August, visitors were invited to attend workshops and co-create an installation from A4 paper that resembles a pond of White Spider Lilies (彼岸花 “Bi An Hua” in Mandarin), a flower which symbolizes resilience and purity. ‍ Desiring to create an inclusive space that brings people from different walks of life together, Benedict strives to foster meaningful conversations through art. Accompanying his community installation, “生 Rebirth” also consisted of studio visits and studio tours.

2021

生 Rebirth

Reflecting on the hardships of the pandemic and the rise of virtual communication, artist Benedict Yu presents “生 Rebirth”– an exhibition that revisits the collaborative strength of people and communities. ‍ From 13 to 14 August, visitors were invited to attend workshops and co-create an installation from A4 paper that resembles a pond of White Spider Lilies (彼岸花 “Bi An Hua” in Mandarin), a flower which symbolizes resilience and purity. ‍ Desiring to create an inclusive space that brings people from different walks of life together, Benedict strives to foster meaningful conversations through art. Accompanying his community installation, “生 Rebirth” also consisted of studio visits and studio tours.

2021

"Motherboard" Singapore's Largest Indoor Shopping Mall Mural @GR.ID

Leading Artist: Benedict Yu Mural Team: BODHI, Isabel Lim, Jessica Goh, Joanna Lim, Sarah Noorhimli, Thng Ai Wei Mural Description: A heart is seen as the core of our lives, just like this motherboard that you see here. It is the source of vibrant and powerful energy for GR.ID. “Motherboard” represents the innovative and creative dynamics that coexist together here. It carries an endless amount of data, holds and allows communication between many components. This reflects GR.ID as a place where anyone and everyone who wants a haven to connect and freely create meaningful conversations. The intersection of the various floors around “Motherboard” can be seen as a collective of voices colliding into a spectrum of gradients where different perspectives and languages are exchanged. As people gather, the collective energy from each individual will be circulating the heart of the mall, nurturing an ever-growing, intricate, and creative hub for Singapore’s communities.

2021

"Motherboard" Singapore's Largest Indoor Shopping Mall Mural @GR.ID

Leading Artist: Benedict Yu Mural Team: BODHI, Isabel Lim, Jessica Goh, Joanna Lim, Sarah Noorhimli, Thng Ai Wei Mural Description: A heart is seen as the core of our lives, just like this motherboard that you see here. It is the source of vibrant and powerful energy for GR.ID. “Motherboard” represents the innovative and creative dynamics that coexist together here. It carries an endless amount of data, holds and allows communication between many components. This reflects GR.ID as a place where anyone and everyone who wants a haven to connect and freely create meaningful conversations. The intersection of the various floors around “Motherboard” can be seen as a collective of voices colliding into a spectrum of gradients where different perspectives and languages are exchanged. As people gather, the collective energy from each individual will be circulating the heart of the mall, nurturing an ever-growing, intricate, and creative hub for Singapore’s communities.

2021

生 Rebirth

Reflecting on the hardships of the pandemic and the rise of virtual communication, artist Benedict Yu presents “生 Rebirth”– an exhibition that revisits the collaborative strength of people and communities. ‍ From 13 to 14 August, visitors were invited to attend workshops and co-create an installation from A4 paper that resembles a pond of White Spider Lilies (彼岸花 “Bi An Hua” in Mandarin), a flower which symbolizes resilience and purity. ‍ Desiring to create an inclusive space that brings people from different walks of life together, Benedict strives to foster meaningful conversations through art. Accompanying his community installation, “生 Rebirth” also consisted of studio visits and studio tours.

2021

生 Rebirth

Reflecting on the hardships of the pandemic and the rise of virtual communication, artist Benedict Yu presents “生 Rebirth”– an exhibition that revisits the collaborative strength of people and communities. ‍ From 13 to 14 August, visitors were invited to attend workshops and co-create an installation from A4 paper that resembles a pond of White Spider Lilies (彼岸花 “Bi An Hua” in Mandarin), a flower which symbolizes resilience and purity. ‍ Desiring to create an inclusive space that brings people from different walks of life together, Benedict strives to foster meaningful conversations through art. Accompanying his community installation, “生 Rebirth” also consisted of studio visits and studio tours.

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