Jaxton Su (b. 1988, Singapore; lives and works in Singapore) is a visual artist who works with painting, installation and video art. He holds a Master of Fine Art from The Glasgow School of Art (United Kingdom) and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), where he currently is an Adjunct Lecturer. His notable exhibitions are Not All Who Wander Are Lost and Two Worlds; One Fantasy at Blue Lotus Fine Art (Singapore). He has also presented internationally at Lanzarote Art Festival, Taiwan Annual, Geumgang Nature Art Biennale, Larroque Arts Festival, SIM Residency Iceland, and Art Safiental. Su is also actively involved in mural painting, community art and curatorial projects. His murals, which are usually painted in an impressionistic and realistic style, can be found around the streets of Singapore and have been featured widely on various local media and art trails. As an independent curator, he is keen on bridging the gaps between current social issues through contemporary art and advocating artists as citizens of agency. Some of his curatorial projects include Alt Space Loop, Seoul, The Unsettled Dust – a touring Asian Short Film Festival, Dare you do this? FFFF it! – a Taiwan Gangshan Dist Contemporary Art Warehouse International Exchange Program and Power Play – a biennial contemporary art festival in Singapore.