Regina De Rozario is an artist, writer and researcher based in Singapore. Her practice and research interests are drawn from psychogeography, assemblage theory, queer feminist practices, and urban visual culture. Her projects employ strategies such as walking, mapping, writing and image-making to uncover notions of power and control embedded in the physical and narrative spaces we inhabit.

Apart from her solo practice, De Rozario is active as one-half of Perception3, an interdisciplinary art duo established in 2007 with design practitioner Seah Sze Yunn. Their collaborative work is currently focused on exploring the notions of loss and memory through text, photography, digital video, and site-specific installation. Their recent work includes commissions for the Rebirth: Singapore Night Festival (2022), Public Art Trust (2021), Atlas of Mirrors: Singapore Biennale (2016) and iLight Singapore: Bicentennial Edition (2019).

As an adjunct educator, De Rozario is a supervisor with LASALLE College of the Arts’ MA Fine Arts programme, and lecturer with the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts’ BA (Hons) Fine Art programme. She has also lectured and facilitated workshops at Singapore Management University, Singapore Art Museum and the National Library.

De Rozario received the National Arts Council Postgraduate Scholarship in 2018, to conduct her doctoral research on art in public space at the School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University (2018-2020), and the National Institute of Education (2020-present).

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