Tracing Ripples Community Art

We were asked by Ng Teng Fong Community Hospital to co-create an artwork with some of their patients and the students from Commonwealth Secondary School. Based on our first location recce at NTFGH, we were quite taken by the rooftop greenery and fish pond outside the dementia wards. We were told that one of the […]

With City Sprouts X PCF SparkleTots

In celebration of the opening of the new Sustainability Centre at City Sprouts, we were commissioned to conceptualize and co-create an art piece with the preschoolers at PCF SparkleTots @ Radin Mas! The six preschoolers were so adorable and wonderful to work with! We showed them how to forage for earth pigments around City Sprouts, […]

Bringing Natural Pigments to Preschools

As part of the preschool’s efforts in moving towards more sustainable art activities for their learners, we were engaged to run a workshop to train their educators in noticing and using earth pigments found in their own garden space to make watercolours. Here are what some of the educators shared post-workshop: “I just finished your Wild […]

Botanical Inkmaking Workshop with STPI Gallery

Inspired by artist Charles Lim’s and botanist Boo Chih Min’s previous work “SEA STATE 9 : proclamation garden”, Wild Dot was asked to conduct a site-specific inkmaking workshop using plant species that thrive along reclaimed coasts at Changi Beach.  Participants were invited to engage in the craft of noticing, harvesting, and working with natural pigments […]


“Landing” is a collaborative community project funded by the National Arts Council that invites people to ground themselves through the act of creating with our land. Through the mediums of natural pigments, foraging, and body movement, we held a series of four community sessions at a coastal area in Singapore, as a space to hold […]