Kay Kok Chung Oi(1964-)


  • Doctorate in Education, Durham University, UK
  • Master of Arts in Art Education, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, US
  • Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
  • Independent Research in Art Education and Art on History and Culture
  • Interdisplinary Artist
  • STEM Education and Art Educator STEM


2018 “Resurrected”/Visual Arts Centre, Singapore
2017 “Exactly Foundation Residency Exhibition and Book Launch Series #2/Centre for Photograph and Film, Singapore
2015 “Perception”/Artspace Gallery, Singapore
2013 “History of Southeast Asia Pirates and Slaves”/Brooklyn Library, USA
2013 “Sailing”/ISAP Online International Open Exhibition
2012 “Rainbow of Hope”
2007 “Rainbow of Hope”/ The platform level of Macpherson MRT Station in Singapore
2007 “ A Quality of Memories”/ National Museum of Singapore
2005 “National Museum of Singapore/Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts
2005 Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts/Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts Gallery organised
2004 “Cane”/Substation Exhibition area
2004 “Distant Call”
2003 “A Mirror of Singapore”/Intermezzo Restaurant (ceased operation)
2001 “Sublimated Conflicts”/Roger Brown Museum
2000 “Equality” /LaSalle-SIA College of Arts
1999 “Let there be light”/United Overseas Bank (UOB)
1986 《Moving Ahead》/public transportation in Singapore


2007 “Virtuous Cycle”, a permanent installation at the platform level of Macpherson MRT Station in Singapore. This artwork was awarded as a grand winning entry for Macpherson MRT Station for the Integrated Arts Competition organised by Land Transport Authority of Singapore, a national arts competition, 2007.
1999 “Let there be light”, was exhibited at the United Overseas Bank (UOB) Painting of the Year Competition and Exhibition, 1999 The artwork was selected out of 414 entries in the annual national art competition event organised by UOB Bank
1986 “Moving Ahead”, was selected as highly commended award and exhibited at the Ministry of Communication and Information Art Competition and Exhibition.



There are 4 crosses that depict Christians’ individual walk in the manner of “carrying our own cross”. This means that each Christian would have his/her own cross to carry, in terms of “carrying” own challenges and uncertainties especially in this current pandemic situation, which affects the economy and livelihoods of many people. However, when we continue to focus on the cross that represents Jesus Christ who died for our sins, we can have hope and faith in our Abba Father.


The typewriter was used to be an important working instrument for people to make a decent livelihood. It was a simple and yet an powerful instrument that nobody can deny it’s usefulness and significance.


150cm X 120cm