Bio

Tiffany Singh 

Tiffany Singh is a social practice artist, specialising in socially engaged art outcomes. Born in New Zealand of Indian and Pacific decent. Her practice explores the relationship between engagement in arts, culture and subjective well-being.

Singh has worked on sustainable community outreach, exploring engagement in the arts that are focused on expanding research within the social sciences. Her interest in Tiffany Singh is a social practice artist, specialising in socially engaged art outcomes. Born in New Zealand of Indian and Pacific decent. Her practice explores the relationship between engagement in arts, culture and subjective well-being.

Singh has worked on sustainable community outreach, exploring engagement in the arts that are focused on expanding research within the social sciences. Her interest in cultural preservation combined with strong social discourse has seen her use the arts as a vehicle for education, outreach and empowerment. Singh has created significant works of scale both in New Zealand and internationally. Her works often suggest positive impact by facilitating audiences through fine art frameworks to engender policy and advocacy of social cohesion. Her social practice approach is informed by eastern philosophy with a lens towards acknowledging traditional devices that affect well-being to foster unique art and social impact outcomes.

Singh has work in collections of Te Papa Tongarewa, The National Museum of New Zealand. Mater Hospital, Brisbane, Australia, The Sunshine Coast Hospital Australia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade  New Zealand.

She was the recipient of the 2017 New Zealand Arts Foundation - New Generation Award and has received a Human Rights Award for her project Fly Me Up To Where You Are in 2013.

cultural preservation combined with strong social discourse has seen her use the arts as a vehicle for education, outreach and empowerment. Singh has created significant works of scale both in New Zealand and internationally. Her works often suggest positive impact by facilitating audiences through fine art frameworks to engender policy and advocacy of social cohesion. Her social practice approach is informed by eastern philosophy with a lens towards acknowledging traditional devices that affect well-being to foster unique art and social impact outcomes.

Singh has work in collections of Te Papa Tongarewa, The National Museum of New Zealand. Mater Hospital, Brisbane, Australia, The Sunshine Coast Hospital Australia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade  New Zealand.

She was the recipient of the 2017 New Zealand Arts Foundation - New Generation Award and has received a Human Rights Award for her project Fly Me Up To Where You Are in 2013.