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Wood | 木 element.
The Wu Xing (Chinese: 五行; pinyin: wǔxíng), also known as the Five Elements, Five Agents, Five Movements, Five Phrases, Five Planets, Five Processes, Five Stages, Five Steps, or Five Ways, is the short form of "wǔ zhǒng liúxíng zhī qì" (五種流行之氣) or "the five types of chi dominating at different times". It is a fivefold conceptual scheme that many traditional Chinese fields used to explain a wide array of phenomena, from cosmic cycles to the interaction between internal organs, and from the succession of political regimes to the properties of medicinal drugs. The "Five Phases" are Fire (火 huǒ), Water (水 shuǐ), Wood (木 mù), Metal (金 jīn), and Earth (土 tǔ). This order of presentation is known as the "Days of the Week" sequence. In the order of "mutual generation" (相生 xiāngshēng), they are Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water. In the order of "mutual overcoming" (相剋/相克 xiāngkè), they are Wood, Earth, Water, Fire, and Metal.
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Based in: Singapore & Dubai
Jay uses photography as a form of art to express his creativity and social cause. With his background in the art & film industry, he loves to create different moods and feel to bring out the beauty in the subjects he shoots. As a commercial photographer and a film producer, he travels extensively and enjoys collaborating with creative minds.
His work for Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA) was published in a series of books ‘Location Singapore’. On his personal work, he uses photography to bring awareness to social injustices for a better cause. He has recently showcased some of his work in a social movement in Singapore" The Best of You 2015" where he exhibited his work for this non-profit movement. He is the winner for Haper’s Bazaar Art Prize 2015 for his “Reflection” Series. Jay is also widely known in the social media space with his YouTube channel garnering more than 14,000 subscribers and more than a million hits for his top videos. He is currently based in Singapore and Dubai.
Selected Group Exhibitions:
2019 “REIMAGINE “exhibition, Singapore
2017 Affordable Art Fair, Singapore
2016 Harpers Bazaar Art Fair, Singapore.
2015 “The Best of you” Singapore.
Publications and Media:
Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA) published in a series of books ‘Location Singapore’.
Honors and Awards:
“Reflection” Winner | Harpers Bazaar Art Prize 2015
“Reflection” International Photography Awards 2016 (Honorable Mention)
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