Yun Teng Seet (b. 1995) is a Singaporean artist, curator and writer. She has worked in various capacities, always with a keen interest in artistic research and critical discourse.
She is currently working as Curatorial Assistant, Residencies in NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore.
Her curatorial practice has previously been concerned with alternative formats of exhibition-making and transdisciplinary collaborations. Her art practice engages with a range of material, both physical and conceptual, in her work. Predominantly a maker, she works with sculptural forms and constructed textiles processes, with a focus on weaving and its entanglements with the body. She also investigates ideas of security, memory, loss, history, fragmentation and construction.
Recent work experience and curatorial projects include (2017 onwards):
- Exhibitions, NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, Young Professional Trainee (2018-2019).
- Curator for "Anne Morrell - Chasing Tensions", Constance Howard Gallery, Goldsmiths University of London (2018).
- Project assistant with Something Human (Movement x Archive x Performance - MAP1: Waterways, Venice, Italy & MAP 3: Archiving 'Asia', Live Art Development Agency, London) (2018).
- Gallery Assistant, Singapore Pavilion, 56th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy (2017).
Recent exhibitions [organised, curated or exhibited in] include:
- I.D. (The Body's Still Warm), Singapore [Oct 2018]
- stir fry, Laurie Grove Baths, London [Nov 2017]
- And Everything In Between: disciplines in dialogue, London [Oct 2017]
- The Expanded City, Hoxton Basement, London [May 2017]
- Latent Pending, London [April 2016]
- Volume X, Goldsmiths University of London [Dec 2015]
Graduated with first class honours, Joint Honours in Fine Art & History of Art at Goldsmiths, University of London.
For more information, including exhibitions and job experience, refer to CV below.