Siyan Wong is primarily an oil painter whose socially-engaged art practice invites reflections and conversations into the contradictions and the unseen present in the everyday. Her current and on-going projects include "Five Cents A Can: Making Visible the Invisibles.” It focuses on the people who survive on picking up cans and bottles (the "canners") and their existence in a city with many of the "haves." She is also working on a project called “Home: With and Without" that focuses on privacy and intimacy that naturally occur in the homes and the psychological impact on those without a home. These projects invite the viewers to reflect and to experience emotions derived from juxtaposing familiar sights and images that are normally encountered in different spaces.