Ong Kian Peng is a media artist based in Singapore. Working at the intersection of art, technology and the environment, Ong creates immersive and reflective environments that offer alternate visions and imaginations of our relationship with nature.
Presenting Soft Realities, a winning proposal with Finnbar Fallon and Fiona Tan for Goethe Institute Singapore's Goethe136 open call.
Showing a new work over at room14, a new independent art space over at Pearl's Hill
Partner(Supernormal) and mentor for the Together online fellowship organised by Befantastic.in
Curated Networked Bodies, part of Singapore Art Week 2021
Exhibiting "Fragmented Dreams" as part of negentropic Fields in National Gallery Singapore
Panel moderator for Art After Dark - Demystifying Art and Technology
Kampong Teng Gelam in collaboration with Bani Haykal for National Gallery Singapore
Curated the Singapore Youth Festival 2020 Art Exhibition
Showing 'Renew' as part of NAC's Streets of Hope
Showing "Everyday Sound Objects" in Mudeung Gallery, Seoul
Presenting a new curatorial project, "The Open Workshop" in @Supernormal.space
Co-curated -Objects in the Mirror- in Supernormal with Seet Yunteng
Presenting a new work -Rescue Operations- at Gillman Barracks as part of EATEN: A Capsule Museum for Future Possible Past Beings
Excited to present -Too Far Too Near- in the Tainan Art Museum as part of Super Trajectory: Media / Life Out of Balance
Presenting a curatorial project -Adaptations- as part of the Singapore Art Week 2019.
Presenting a collaborative work with Randy Chan from Zarch Collaboratives as part of the Digimuse in the National Museum of Singapore
A walk up Pearl's Hill
Within 140 Characters
Misty Isles - Memories of the Land
The Face Daily
Too Far, Too Near
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