Erika Tan (Digital Art, 1998)Halimah the Empire Exhibition: Weaver who died whilst performing her craftExhibition and performance debate in Lab: NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore

Erika Tan

Fellow in 1998 for Digital Art

Erika Tan’s practice (artist and curator) is primarily research-led and manifests in multiple formats (moving image, publications, curatorial and participatory projects). Recent research has focused on the postcolonial and transnational, working with archival artefacts, exhibition histories, received narratives, contested heritage, subjugated voices and the transnational movement of ideas, people and objects. Future projects point towards the digitization of collective cultural memory and cloud architecture through the prism of ruins, hauntings, and mnemonic collapse. She is currently the Stanley Picker Fellow in Fine Art, and is a Visiting Artist at the Warburg Institute, London. Her work has been exhibited, collected and commissioned internationally including: The Diaspora Pavilion, (Venice Biennale 2017); Artist and Empire (Tate Touring, National Gallery Singapore 2016/7); Come Cannibalise Us, Why Don’t You (NUS Museum, Singapore 2014); There Is No Road (LABoral, Spain 2010); Thermocline of Art (ZKM, Germany 2007); Around The World in Eighty Days (South London Gallery / ICA 2007); The Singapore Biennale (2006); Cities on the Move (Hayward Gallery, London).

Erika is a lecturer awarded the Stanley Picker Fellow in Fine Art 2018-2020