Since completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours at Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland in 2008, Tiffany has initiated major artistic projects both nationally and internationally. The breadth of her work has resulted in residences throughout New Zealand, across India and the United States. In 2013 Tiffany’s project Fly Me Up To Where You Are at Pataka Museum 2013 received an award from the Human Rights Commission for bringing together diverse communities and being an inspiring project. She was also
Tiffany deals predominantly with notions of ritual, sacred space and place, health and wellbeing and Eastern and Western spirituality, all within a contemporary context. Her work is immersive and holistic, bathing the audience in the world she creates and asking them to engage, alter and co-author an experience of their choosing.
Tiffany’s Fly Me Up To Where You Are, spread its wings in full effect at the Auckland Arts Festival in March 2013. This took Tiffany to 18 primary and intermediate schools across greater Auckland to ask our tamariki, “What are your hopes and dreams for yourself, your future, your family, your community and the world?” The responses were then translated, by the children, into Tibetan style prayer flags, destined to unite in Aotea Square as a prayer of hope from our youngest generation. The result: 3500 flags that blanketed Aotea Square in a rainbow of colour and inspiring messages. A parallel exhibition, Fly Me Up To Where You Are: Te Waharoa, was featured at Artstation throughout the Festival in the form of a short film by Robert George with Tiffany, which offered insight into the process and creation of the flags and also included a performance by Leanne Clayton. The audience was invited to express their response to the project with their own flags that Clayton then assembled on site. Fly Me Up To Where You Are has since been developed in Christchurch and Wellington.
Her major collaborative public project Fly Me Up To Where You Are has been featured as part of the Auckland Arts Festival 2013 and will continue in other major city centres both in New Zealand and internationally in 2013 - 2014. In late 2012 a year long project May the Rainbow Touch your Shoulder was unveiled at the Auckland Art Gallery and she exhibited two major site specific projects as part of the 18th Biennale of Sydney, 2012 and Medi(t)ation: Contemporary Asian Art Biennial at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, 2011. Tiffany has exhibited in a number of group exhibitions including: Preserve, Papakura Art Gallery, 2011; Stealing the Senses, Govett Brewster, New Plymouth, 2011 and Knowing Me, Knowing You, Artspace, Auckland, 2010. Singh has received significant recognition for her work - in 2012 she participated in a residency at Shanti Studios in India and in 2013 she will undertake a residency at McCahon House in Titirangi and at the Montalvo Arts Centre in California. Tiffany is represented by Melanie Roger Gallery, Wellington.