Dawn Ang is a Singaporean artist under the moniker of Aeropalmics. She graduated with a BA (Hons) in Fine Arts from Lasalle College of the Arts in 2010, and she has since produced drawings, papercutting and photography inspired by growth, space and memory.
Dawn is best known for her steadfast attention to detail within her pencil and papercut pieces that range from the pleasing to the macabre. She finds inspiration in the everyday, focusing on the nuances of the human condition; birth, growth, emotionality, aspiration, conflict and mortality, coupled with references to the natural world.
"Turn of the sun" showcases woodcut sculptures to emulate the Japanese rock gardens. Each rock was then designed to have symbolic meaning, to represent and articulate a mountain, animal or tree, chronicling the cycle of birth and death. Turn of the Sun is a reflection of the continuous, cyclical motion of the universe and its parts, ageless and enduring.