Celina Loh is a freelance writer and curator based between Malaysia and the UK.
She has profound interest in notions of post-colonialism, collectivity and the public sphere, accessibility, inclusivity and alternative education. Her recent and past work supports and centres disability and minority discourses; current research and projects advocate for an increase in visibility and fair representation of East and Southeast Asians in the British arts and culture industry as well as internationally through radical collaborative practices.
Presently, she is supporting artist Arabel Lebrusan in the November 2021 exhibition ‘Blunt Blades’ at The Higgins Bedford. She is also designing the October 2021 online exhibition ‘Despite Extractivism‘ as part of the Extracting Us project.