Born Ipoh, Malaysia, Rajinder Singh is an Indian visual artist who works full-time out of his studios in West London. His background in engineering and mathematics is the driving force behind his practice. In Number-Trance-Face, Rajinder paints large portraits using only numbers and mathematical equations. He asks: “What is the numerical equivalent of lovely?”.
Education: 2010- MAFA (Fine Arts) – LASALLE School of Arts, Singapore 1993 – PhD (Engineering & Mathematics) – QUB, UK Residencies, Fairs and Awards: April 2013 – 2nd round selection finalist, BP Portrait Award, National Portrait Gallery, London Jan 2012 – London Art Fair Sept 2011 – finalist in Summer Open Call,3rd Ward, New York. 2010 – One of thousand world wide artists listed on the Amsterdam based biannual compendium of artist Thousand Living Painters July 2008 three lithographs on plate and stone Residency at IDEM ( former Mourlot Studios), Paris, France. Nov 2007 Energy 20 artists of Asia, TT Awards, Hong Kong.