Index of Selected Works
World Ends Day - An Online Conference on EndsOrganised by PSi (Performance Studies international), July 2021
Learner’s License: An Artist-Educators Panel Organised in conjunction with the exhibition Georgette Chen: At Home in the World, National Gallery Singapore, April 2021
Structures of Care: Ways of Knowing, Being, WorkingRound Table organised by Asia-Art-Activism as part of A New Season of Care, March 2021
Beyond the Black Box: On Art and AI Presented by The Arts House Limited, held at the Asian Civilisation Museum Singapore, March 2021
Material Practices in the Digital Age︎︎︎ Panel Discussion presented as part of RESET, a series by Art and Market, and Singapore Art Week 2021, January 2021
Artist TalkArt and Market’s See-SAW Art Trail, presented as part of Singapore Art Week 2021, January 2021
IPS-NGS-SAM Roundtable on Art in the Time of Pandemic: Meaning Relevance and Future
Organised by Institute of Policy Studies (IPS), National Gallery Singapore (NGS) and Singapore Art Museum (SAM), June 2020
Gallery Conversations: Sacred Sites and Objects. Part of the exhibition Seekor Singa, Seorang Putera dan Sebingkai Cermin, Malay Heritage Centre, Singapore, March 2020
Public Symposium: Salvage Stories in Art and Ecology︎︎︎Curated by Lucy Davis of the Migrant Ecologies Project. In conjunction with the opening of Railtrack Songmaps Roosting Post 2 at Jendela Gallery The Esplanade, Singapore, January 2020
Workshop | Tikar-A-Gagah: Weaving Workshop with Yee I-Lann, Julitah Kulinting and Roziah Jalaid
Translator and Facilitator. This event is part of the programming for the OUTBOUND series, National Gallery Singapore, November 2019
Seeing Southeast Asia from the Gaze of Spirits
Invited guest lecture, National University of Singapore
Revisiting the Penunggu and the Demon Naga at the Threshold
Artist talk. Part of NTU CCA Residencies Studio Sessions, September 2019
The Way We Walk With Each Other: An Interdisciplinary Conversation About Apotropaic Symbols, Texts, Gestures and Practices
A panel discussion. Part of N.O.W. (Not Ordinary Work) Festival 2019, T-Works, 72-13, Singapore, July 2019
Where Do We Belong?: Panel Discussion on Death and Spirituality in Southeast Asia.This discussion is part of Art in Southeast Asia, a day of programmes dedicated to mapping the complexities of crossing boundaries, political and spiritual, within Southeast Asia. Organised by National Gallery Singapore, October 2018
Phantom Spaces, Loss and Memory Singapore Night Festival. Organised by the National Library Singapore, August 2018
MADA Artforum: “Lessons on Magic, Myth, the Seen and Unseen, Cultural Ventriloquism and Blind Spots”︎︎︎Monash Art, Design and Architecture, March 2018
Panelist for the Singapore in Crocodiles Roundtable
Organised by the NUS Museum, December 2017
Magic, Belief, Sacred Geographies and Visualising the Unseen in Singapore: Repositioning and Performing the Otherworldly in Southeast Asian Myths and Folklore
International Visual Methods Conference, Visualising the City
Organised by Singapore Institute of Technology, August 2017
Can Ghosts Die?: Repositioning Magico-Religious Belief Systems, Materiality and Modernity in Contemporary Southeast AsiaInternational Convention of Asian Scholars
Organised by the Regional Centre for Social Change and Sustainable Development and University of Chiang Mai, July 2017
Dancing Horses, Possessing Spirits and Invisible Histories: Re-Imagining the Borders of Magic and Modernity in Contemporary Southeast Asia
Crossroads: the 11th International Conference Crossroads in Cultural Studies.
Organised by the Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University, and the University of Sydney. December 2016.
Lessons on Magic, Mayhem and Cultural Translations: Repositioning Myths of Gender, Mysticism, Doubt and Uneasiness in Southeast Asia
Invited by the Visual Art Department, University of Malaya. September 2016.
Dancing Horses, Possessing Spirits and Invisible Histories: Re-Imagining the Borders of Magic and Modernity in Contemporary Southeast Asia"Cultural Struggle and Praxis: Negotiating Power and the Everyday”: The Sixth Asian Conference on Cultural Studies. Organised by IAFOR (The International Academic Forum). Held at the Kobe Art Centre, Japan. June 2016.
Magic, Belief, and Cultural Production in Singapore: Engaging with Southeast Asian Traditional Art Forms in the Island City
Island Cities and Urban Archipelagos
Organised by Island Dynamics Research Network & the University of Hong Kong. March 2016.
Who sees? Whose voice?: Possessing Spirits, Invisible Histories and the Artist as EthnographerVitality and Viability: Arts Ecosystems in Asia
Organised by Asia Pacific Network for Cultural Education and Research and Cambodian Living Arts. Phnom Penh, Cambodia. January 2016.