Seelan Palay is a Singaporean artist whose practice focuses on the complex conditions found in our present-day, globalised society. Having studied Fine Art at Lasalle College of the Arts, he works with mixed media, installation, performance, film, and sound to explore the overlapping of time, ideology, and the human condition.


In 2018, he founded the independent art space, Coda Culture.


Selected Exhibition

2020     New Beginnings, Group Exhibition, Cuturi Gallery, Singapore

2019     Raw Forms, Coda Culture, Singapore
              Backstage, Stamford Arts Centre, Singapore
              FORSEA, Publika, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
2018     S.A.L.T. Showcase, Funan Showsuite, Singapore
2017     Sound Art Network, Kult Kafe, Singapore
              32 Years: The Interrogation of a Mirror, Various locations, Singapore
              Guerrilla Art Hunt, Sungei Road Market, Singapore
              Post-Traumatic Art Disorder, SEA Junction, Bangkok Art & Culture Centre, Thailand
2014     The Third Life, Gillman Barracks, Singapore
2013     Singapore Alternative Art & Book Festival, The Substation, Singapore
2012     Lit Up Singapore, Telok Ayer Performing Arts Centre, Singapore
              I See You, The Arts House, Singapore
2011     Deepest Sympathies & Synonyms, 15 Minutes,

              La Salle College of the Arts, Singapore
              In Death Row’s Shadow, Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall, Malaysia
              Captial, Post Museum, Singapore
              Gnothi Seauton, The Substation, Singapore
              All Woks of Life, Your Mother Gallery, Singapore
2010     Non-Dominant Discourse, Post Museum, Singapore
              Work, Post Museum, Singapore
2009     Solo Exhibition, Your Mother Gallery, Singapore
2008     Colloquial Exchange, Blue Room, The Substation, Singapore
              Art VS Automation, Furor Space, Singapore
              Seelan & Kummi, Memory Studio, Singapore
              No.1, Memory Studio, Singapore
2007     Reel Revolution, The Substation, Singapore
              Notthatbalai Festival, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia