Goh’s work mainly addresses the relationship between time and functionality. Through re-configuration, the theme is translated into various art forms to presents an atmosphere of subtle tension augmented between different magnitudes and dimensions.
Working primarily in water media and oil, he spends his time indulging in the realm of the arts and exploring various concepts and mediums. He is effectively bilingual (English and Chinese) and has previously worked with a few organizations to widen his exposure in arts. Exposed to many different mediums and genre of art, he seeks to find himself within and delights in the process of art making.
In 2017, Goh completed his studies Diploma in Art as the Best Graduate of Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. Further on in 2018, he completed his studies in National Institute of Education and graduated with Diploma in Education. Currently, Goh is an educator and an art practitioner. He is actively involved in the art scene and has exhibited both locally and internationally. At age 26, Goh is one of the youngest member helming leadership roles in Modern Art Society Singapore, Singapore Watercolour Society and Federation of Art Societies.
Watercolour Art Exhibition of China Southwest Ethnic Minority Groups in the South and Southeast Asia. Chinese Heritage Centre, National Technology University (Singapore). China National Arts Fund