Mok Cui Yin
Cui is an independent producer and arts manager currently based in Singapore. She has worked on a wide range of projects in the UK and Singapore since 2008, spanning performance, literary arts, visual art, music, multimedia, and dance. She is interested in the intersections between art, anthropology, and social action, and in working to find ways to make good art happen in better ways.
Past projects as producer include: live audiovisual performance, Anticipation of One by SA x NADA x Brandon Tay, presented at the Singapore International Festival of Arts (2018); the ongoing Speficifisfety series by dance artists Lee Mun Wai & Lee Ren Xin (Singapore and Malaysian, 2017 & 2018); experimental programme The Co-op by The Substation (Singapore, 2016); and durational live-art project exploring non-spaces and human boundaries, Something Human at the Terminal (London, 2014). She has also managed visual arts projects and exhibitions with the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore and Asian Film Archive. She is currently producer and member of bakubakubaku, a collective working on a long-term transmedia project exploring immersive storytelling, technology, health, and ethics.
Cui is on the organising team for Producers SG (http://producers.sg), a community-based network for independent producers, arts managers, and artists in Singapore.
Cui graduated from the London School of Economics with a BA in Social Anthropology, and from Goldsmiths University of London with an MA in Arts Administration and Cultural Policy. She was also awarded the National Arts Council Postgraduate Scholarship in 2012.