A conceptually driven artist, Mona Choo’s practice sits in the intersection between science and spirituality. Her work is centred around the enigma that is consciousness, as she explores existential themes and investigates, through her experimental art, what lies between the intangible and the physical. Fusing sculpture, drawing and print in both traditional and digital forms, Choo’s work is informed and influenced by theories of quantum physics, sacred geometry, hidden dimensions and the human condition.
Choo was awarded the International Print Artist-in-Residence at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 2009 and holds an MA in Art and Science from Central St Martins, University of the Arts London. Her work has been exhibited and collected internationally, and she is represented by galleries in Australia and Singapore.