A visual artist based in Singapore, Priscilla Ong spent the last decade engaging in travel photography, but has since pivoted towards conceptual still life since the pandemic. Whilst being confined at home during the lockdown, she began to explore a different genre altogether, channelling her creative energy into photographing inanimate objects, manipulating and re-conceptualising materials to give them a new meaning. Her work focuses on colours, minimalism, puns and surrealism. Ong is driven to find beauty in the midst of the everyday. Her aim is to provoke a reflective thought or, even just to inject a smile in the viewer, if only momentarily.