Jason Wee

b. 1979, Singapore
Lives and works in Singapore and USA

Jason is an artist and a writer working between art, architecture, poetry and photography. He founded and runs Grey Projects, an art library and residency. His art is recently seen in the 6th Singapore Biennale, the 1st Asia Society Triennial, Para Site Hong Kong, and is upcoming at Other Futures Festival Amsterdam and the Kochi-Muziris Biennale. Past exhibitions include ArtScience Museum, Singapore (2019 & 2015), Singapore Art Museum, Singapore (2015), and Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen, Berlin, Germany (2009), Casino Luxembourg, Luxembourg (2009), and amongst others.

Residencies and fellowships include The Arts House-National University of Singapore (2014-2015), ZKU Berlin (2016), NTU-CCA Singapore (2016-2017), and New Museum NTU-CCA IdeasCity (2020). In 2019, he curated Stories We Tell To Scare Ourselves With at MOCA Taipei. In 2015, he curated Singapur Unheimlich at ifa galerie Berlin and Stuttgart. Other curatorial projects include Beyond LKY (2010), Useful Fictions by Shubigi Rao (2013), When You Get Closer To The Heart, You May Find Cracks by the Migrant Ecologies Project (NUS Museum, 2014). His artist-initiated projects includeWalk Walk Don’t Run(Islandwide Singapore, 2021),Tomorrow Is An Island(Villa Vassilieff, 2016), ART OPENINGS: The Expanded Field of Art Writing (NTU CCA Singapore, 2018) and PostSuperFutureAsia (Taipei Contemporary Art Center 2017, Ilmin Museum, 2019).

Country: Singapore