Adeline Kueh

b. 1971, Sarawak, Malaysia
Lives and works in Singapore

Adeline Kueh is a visual artist who makes installations and socially embodied works that reconsider the relationship we have with things and rituals around us. Using drawing as a conceptual tool, Adeline looks to cartographies, craft and oral tradition to map out the historical trajectories across time and space with her use of found objects and new productions.

As a co-founder of the Critical Craft Collective (Singapore) and the pan-Borneo Serumpun Collective, the centrality of craft in contemporary practice as well as the politics of care are the core focus in her research practice.

Presently a Senior Lecturer with the MA Fine Arts programme at LASALLE College of the Arts, Adeline has exhibited internationally. She was involved in the Word-of-Mouth exhibition in Venice Biennale (2019), Passion Made Possible Culture Shaper Tribe films (Singapore Tourism Board, 2019), the World Architecture Festival (2016-7), and Hermes Singapore (2016). In 2021, Adeline was a part of Singapore Tyler Print Institute’s Visiting Artist Programme Residency.


Country: Singapore
Social Media: @lulu_enpassant