Three Singapore creatives are chosen to represent Dom Perignon’s newly released vintages. 

Each creator is known in their own field: Chef Janice Wong for her experimental food at 2am:dessertbar; photographer Yian Huang is recognised for documenting the Isreali-Palestinian conflict; and installation artist Dawn Ng for her whimsical art pieces. The three celebrated the defining characteristics – Harmony, Intensity and Thrill – of Dom Perignon champagnes and interpreted its essences with works at a recent party to launch the vintages. Dom Perignon 2

For Thrill (Dom Perignon Rosé Vintage 2003) chef Janice Wong created an edible art experience from above and below – a combination of dynamic visual and edible art. From above, viewers are welcomed by a ‘food pairing ceiling’ experience featuring rehydrated dried fruits – tomato filled with reduced balsamic and black olives, figs and reduced nectarine, cauliflower and basil, plum coated with berry powder, peach and pink pepper. Meanwhile, a painted ceiling panel with 1,500 holes is hung two metres above ground. This ceiling painting is mirrored by a sea-of-canapés art piece, sated with tapioca crisps and caviar. (I know, you had to be there).

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For Intensity (Dom Pérignon P2 Vintage 1998), Yian captures the interplay between the power and grace of dancers, and brings viewers into a world of exploration, movement and human connection with a photo series called Fly With Me. As one of his most intensely personal works, Fly For Me was shot over a period of ten weeks in Paris, France. Encapsulating Dom Pérignon’s philosophy of Intensity, the works perfectly represents the intense nature of this vintage.

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For Harmony (Dom Pérignon Vintage 2005) Ng displays her craft through an installation entitled White. A round white tent lit from within, the installation creates an air of mystery as viewers are confronted by large circular shadows floating behind a gossamer veil flowing from ceiling to floor. Upon entering, viewers are surrounded by large translucent inflated orbs suspended at different heights. Creating a sensation of total immersion, viewers move through the sea of orbs, which allude to Harmony. The installation draws inspiration from the Dom Pérignon Vintage 2005, which is a harmonious assemblage of the finest black and white grapes.

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Dom perignon’s previous creative partnerships include limited editions with Jeff Koons and David Lynch, a collection designed with Marc Newson, an homage to Andy Warhol, a collaboration with Karl Lagerfeld and creative projects numbering Robert Wilson, Lang Lang and John Legend.

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