Melanie Pocock

Melanie Pocock is Assistant Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore, LASALLE College of the Arts and Editor-at-large of Kaleidoscope Asia. A graduate of the Royal College of Art’s MA in Curating Contemporary Art, she previously held curatorial positions at Art Scene China and Modern Art Oxford, where she worked on solo exhibitions by Shezad Dawood and Stephen Willats. Pocock’s projects and writing explore shifting modalities in contemporary media and the influence of intercultural exchange on artistic practices. Exhibitions she has curated include Jack Tan: How to do things with rules (2015), Countershadows (tactics in evasion) (2014) and Michael Lee: A machine for (living) dying in (2014). In 2014, Pocock edited and co-authored Sulaiman, the first monograph on the work of Malaysian artist Shooshie Sulaiman.