Hunny & Lummy

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Country : Singapore


Hunny & Lummy is a social artist duo that believe that the role of an artist is one of a social healer. Hun Ming Kwang (b. 1993, Singapore) and Quinn Lum Fu Loong (b. 1993, Singapore) create works and experiences that urge audiences to question, uncover, confront, and analyse the root and core of their personal truths, and ultimately provide a sense of catharsis, resolutions, and healing through their works. They are deeply inspired by their predecessors in psychology, particularly works from Carl Jung, Arnold Mindell, Kelvin Lim, Healers and Shamans across tribes around the world.
They have exhibited in the Triennial Malaysia-Singapore Cultural Showcase (Kuala Lumpur, 2019), Touch Me, Touch Me Not (Singapore, 2020), Streets of Hope (Singapore, 2020), Days and Counting Season 1: Walls Crumble (Online Exhibit, 2020). They have initiated, a platform to raise and foster public awareness for forwarding and integrative actions on mental health and suicide prevention through art and conscious conversations. They have presented ThisConnect: Threading Worlds, consisting of a prelude and a full exhibition since World Suicide Prevention Awareness Month during the pandemic crisis, which saw over a total of 825 visitors within 2 weeks and 3995 visitors within 6 weeks respectively, and were featured on multiple publications including TODAY and Straits Time.

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