Hazel Lim-Schlegel


Hazel Lim-Schlegel

Programme Leader, BA(Hons) Fine Arts
  • MA Fine Arts, LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore
  • BA of Fine Arts Painting, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
  • BA Sociology & Statistics, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Trained in painting, Hazel frequently employs installation, photography and objects to express her concerns about notions of displacement, construction of histories and imaginary landscapes.

Her latest research, however led her to create works that question representation itself, articulated through works that include objects, text, paper folding, interactive workshops and presentations.

Besides being an artist and teacher, she has experiences in other aspects of art, such as gallery management and contributing to artistic publications. She has taken part in group exhibitions showcased in Singapore, Ireland and Vietnam and participated extensively in international artists exchange programmes, such as the ASEF Creative Camp 2003 in Paris, Artists’ Workshop in Vietnam, 2005 and Documenta: International Workshop for Art Academies in Germany during 2007. Hazel is also the Associate Artist with The Substation, where she held her first solo exhibition, Secret Windows in 2004.