Siew Guang Hong

Siew Guang Hong (b.2000, Singapore) is an interdisciplinary artist. He delves into biological and anatomical investigations to propose new ideas regarding the formation of identities. Fringe aesthetics speak to his interests and explorations of non-normative and marginalized bodies, where he connects post-humanist concepts to queer autobiography and absurdist obliteration. Siew has exhibited at Starch, Sculpture 2052, Pulse Gallery Bangkok, Straits Gallery, TIF Virtual Emerald Auction, and TheatreWorks. He has also conducted workshops at the Singapore Cancer Society and Singapore Management University. He is a recipient of the Lasalle Scholarship and the TIF-SOTA Scholarship and previously received the David Marshall Scholarship.

  Siew Guang Hong

Of placebos that sing sweet in the mouth and ache in the soul (Curated by Louis Ho)

29 June - 20 July 2024

Richard Koh Fine Art,
Blk 47 Malan Road,
#01-26 Gillman Barracks,
Singapore 109444

Open on Tuesday - Saturday, 11 am - 7 pm
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