Wei Leng TAY 鄭瑋玲

Born:
1978
Residence:
Singapore, Singapore
Nationality:
Singaporean, Hong Kong
Trust:
APT Beijing
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BIOGRAPHY

Working predominantly with photography, sound and video, Wei Leng Tay’s practice considers how socio-economics, family and the state intersect with memory and notions of displacement and the self.

Selected solo exhibitions include The Other Shore at the Australian National University CIW Gallery, Australia (2016), How did we get here at Chan Hampe Galleries, Singapore (2015), Out of Place at Lumenvisum, Hong Kong (2014), Convergence at Chulalongkorn University Art Centre, Bangkok (2012), Discordant Symmetries at National University of Singapore Museum (2010), Slow Cool Breezes during the Month Of Photography Asia, Singapore (2010), and Desultory Landscapes at the Ooi Botos Gallery, Hong Kong (2008).

Selected group exhibitions include the Daegu Photography Biennale, South Korea (2016), Lianzhou Photography Festival: Expanded Geographies, China (2015), Roving Eye: Contemporary Art in Southeast Asia at ARTER – Space for Art, Istanbul (2014); Concept, Context, Contestation at Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta (2016), Goethe Institut Hanoi (2015), the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (2014); Asian Art Biennial: Everyday Life at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (2013); Still Building at the Selasar Sunaryo Art Space, Bandung (2012); I have also other favourites at Stacion – Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina, Kosovo (2011); All about Fukuoka at the Fukuoka Asian Art Museum (2010); Singapore Survey with Valentine Willie Fine Art, Singapore (2012, 2010); Grid Vs Chaos at with Para/Site Artspace at Ver Gallery, Bangkok (2010); The Pursuit of Happiness at the Noorderlicht International Photofestival (2009); and Document at O'Born Contemporary, Toronto (2008).

Tay’s work is featured in public and private collections including the National University of Singapore (NUS) Museum; National Taiwan Museum of Fine Art; Fukuoka Asian Art Museum; Heritage Museum, Hong Kong, and Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts, Japan.