Subterranean Singapore 2065 (2016)

Finbarr’s artistic work is defined by a cross disciplinary approach, which draws on his background in architecture. As a spatial thinker and storyteller, his works explore the evolution and transformation of the modern urban environment – creating pieces that exist in both the physical and digital worlds. This work spans from award winning speculative CGI animated pieces, such as Subterranean Singapore 2065 to large scale illustrated and AR works such as Sub/Merged , projection mapping, sculptural and larger built installation works.


His work has been exhibited internationally in galleries and museums such as The ArtScience Museum, The National Museum of Singapore, Singapore Art Museum & The Bargehouse London.

Light To Night Installation Art Finbarr Fallon

Ways of Seeing (2020)

Sub/Merged (2020)

Deep Space (2019)

Flat Earth, 3d Printed Resin Art Installation Singapore The Private Museum

Flat Earth (2021)

I’m All Hands All Eyes (2020)