Born in the UK in 1984 and based in Singapore, Zai TANG’s solo currently responds to the question: What does it mean to listen to the voices of nature in a time of ecological crisis? He experiments with the abstraction and visualization of sounds recorded in wildlife-rich habitats under threat. He combines these augmented sounds with other elements—drawing, animation, projection and/or performance—to create immersive and reflexive experiences that explore notions of awareness and connectivity between the human and the nonhuman. His recent exhibitions and screenings include at the Singapore Biennale (2019), SGIFF (2019), the Second Yinchuan Biennale (2018), KLEX (Malaysia, 2018), The O.P.E.N. (Singapore International Festival of Arts) (2017), and the National Gallery Singapore (2017).