Kayleigh Goh is a Malaysian artist who utilizes architectural elements as a visual language to shape psychological and poetic implications of place. Composed of cement and wood, her works balance coldness and warmth, being well-known for their focus on formal attributes: depth, tactility, opacity, that imbue them with a sensory quality of touch.

Goh builds quiet, familiar spaces that offer a temporary escape from the noise of the everyday. Her works protest notions of the modern city as unfeeling and dispassionate; instead they explore the healing properties these painterly spaces have as sanctuaries for reflection and calm in a rapidly changing world.