Adeline Kueh 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 through her use of found objects and new productions. As a co-founder of the Critical
Craft Collective (Singapore) and the pan-Borneo/UK 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), the Passion Made Possible Culture Shaper Tribe Films
(Singapore Tourism Board, 2019) and Hermes Singapore (2016). In 2021, Adeline was part
of Singapore Tyler Print Institute’s Visiting Artists Programme (VAP) Residency.