Amber Phang’s works focus on simple abstract form. She is fascinated by the associations people make as they interpret the world around us, and likes to create objects with a broad and ambiguous reference. She enjoys exploring with different mediums. Amber creates sculptures/ installations as a way to construct artwork that regards the environment or questions people through the art. Her work offers the viewer a unique ability to see beyond the material realities, yet always resonates with people emotionally. Amber Phang (b. 1992) was trained in Fine Arts (Sculpture) from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts with a bachelor’s in Professional Communication at Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) – RMIT University, Australia where she specialised in Strategy Planning, Marketing, Advertising, PR, and Media Content Creation. Phang was involved in the Wood Carving Symposium organised by the Sculpture Society Singapore in 2013, 2016 and 2019; sculptures that were created during the symposium are displayed at Singapore Fort Canning Park, Dhoby Ghaut Green and Pasir Ris Park. Phang exhibited her works locally at The Arts House Gallery and Singaplural Design Week 2015. Her international exhibitions include the 2017 Taiwan International Miniature Sculpture Exhibition, Taiwan and New Delhi in February 2018. Phang’s works are currently in private collections both locally and internationally.