Seet Yun Teng is a curator, producer, writer and artist from Singapore. A keen alignment to the material world and embodied processes underlies her approach. Her practice is committed to engaging with tensions between the material-corporeal body and the immaterial-virtual, and she works closely with artists whose practices explore techno-organic interfaces, sensory systems, speculative futurism, and the materiality and affect of technology. With an interest in alternative formats of exhibition-making and interdisciplinary collaborations, she has worked curatorially and produced across a range of exhibitions, events and platforms.
These include Appetite, Arts-Business x Business-Arts Residencies, Feelers, NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film, Supernormal and Constance Howard Gallery and Goldsmiths Textile Collection London, amongst others. She received an Honourable Mention (Curator category) in the 2021 IMPART Awards. She writes on a freelance basis for various online platforms.
She is currently pursuing an MA in Material and Visual Culture at University College London (2023/24), supported by the National Arts Council (Singapore) Scholarship (Postgraduate).