Nurul Azman is a practising printmaker. Her works utilize symbolism, imagery and illustrations in her works. In recent works, Nurul started exploring materiality and experimenting with copper to create her works.When talking about the urban living spaces, green spaces and nature reserve parks in Singapore, people would often think of the beautiful landscape, the cleanliness of Singapore, the scenery and the different species of birds and animals lingering around the neighbourhoods. However, people rarely pay attention to the traces and marks, such as broken cement, algae building up on the walls, cracked walls, rusty road plates.The idea of Ruins is to capture traces. Traces that are left behind by people living in these urban spaces and traces created by nature. These traces are evidence of the notion of time, the past and the present and the traces of usability on these objects.Ruins is an exploration of capturing traces found on the grounds of urban living spaces. These traces are evidence of the notion of time, the past and the present.