Cheong Kah Kit


Cheong Kah Kit (b. 1976) is one of 4 artists selected as part of the Singapore contingent in the 11th Asian Art Biennale 2004 in Bangladesh, a bi-annual exhibition featuring the cream of artists from Asia, Middle East and the Asia Pacific. He has also participated and co-organized exhibitions like WhistleBristle (2004) at Studio 106 and The Idiots Gaze Again (2003) at SG Private Banking Gallery, Alliance Francaise de Singapour, of which he was awarded the National Arts Council Project Grant for the former. Cheong is also actively involved in art education, conducting various art classes and workshops in schools and institutes of various levels here.


Cheong Kah Kit's Perhaps Our Concept of Love is Not That Different After All is based on how communication can travel between places at the same time without one knowing and wondering how information and thoughts can communicate and affect oneself.


The Idiots Gaze Again presents the creative works of alumni from the School of Fine Art, LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts. Bringing together works of 10 artists who are Fine Art graduates of LASALLE-SIA in l997, this exhibition celebrates the faculties of seeing and art making

Organised by the participating artists
Charlie Tan • Cheong Kah Kit• Claire Lim • Leo Ong • Paul Lincoln • Rossalyn Tan • Sawn Hwang • Tan Wee Lit • Yong Tai Si • Yvonne Lam •

Official Opening
11 Dec 2003, 6.30pm

Guest of Honour
Prof Robert Ely, President, LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts

SG Private Banking Gallery, Alliance Francaise de Singapour. 1 Sarkies Road

Exhibition continues until 20 Dec 2003. Admission is free.