David Teh

David Teh’s work spans art history, literary, critical and cultural theory, with an emphasis on contemporary art, public art and new media art. He is a co-founder of Fibreculture, an online community for digital culture and politics. During his 2006 AsiaLink residency, Teh worked at the Office of Contemporary Art and Culture in Thailand, assisting with the curatorship and documentation of public contemporary art programs and meeting with artists, curators and arts managers in Thailand and Asia.

In 2008 Teh was the successful recipient of an Australia Council for the Arts supported MAAP Mentorship. This position saw Teh work under the supervision of senior Thai curator Gridthiya Gaweewong to develop the 5th Bangkok Experimental Film Festival. MAAP further supported the Australian presentation of the BEFF5 programme, hosted in Brisbane in late 2008.