Priyageetha Dia (b. 1992) is an emerging artist whose practice lean towards public site-specific installations and is best known for her controversial work Golden Staircase (2017) and Golden Flags (2018). In particular, Dia is interested in bridging the banality of lived spaces and the act of subversion using the medium of gold. Presently, she is involved in research work on public space with US-American artist Martha Rosler and Thai artist Rikrit Tiravanija at Hong Kong. She graduated with a Bachelor (Hons) in Fine Arts from LASALLE College of the Arts Singapore in 2016. Contributing to the discourse of what constitutes art in Singapore, Dia continues to push the boundaries with new perspectives of art in public spaces.