Brendan Goh (b.1982) is a Singapore-based artist often preoccupied by things that lie within the realm of the domestic and the homely, and often related to notions of being and habitation. His work, taking various forms such as texts, sculptures and installations are part of an approach to experimenting and understanding what makes lives livable and memorable. Apart from this, he also lends his mind to a range of other imaginative endeavours such as curating, designing, editing and creative directing.

 Ciborama, Food installation, 250cm x 150cm x 35cm (approx) 2009.