Ashley Ho

Ashley Ho


Ashley Ho (they/she) - (1999) is a Singaporean artist who works from the perspective of movement. Their work plays acrossperforming, performance-making, writing, graphic design, sound-tinkering, filmmaking, and scenography. they are presentlypreoccupied with documenting practices, martial arts, and technologies of caring.

As a performer, her experience includes processes with Ingrid Berger Myhre, Zarah Bracht, Ula Sickle, David Weber-Krebs,Marjolein Vogels, Coralie Vogelaar, Lee Mun Wai, Dunja Jocic, Dario Tortorelli, and Keren Rosenberg. Her first poetrycollection, Without Sound Now, was published in 2019 by Math Paper Press.

In her transmedial collaborations with Domenik Naue, they are busy navigating their situatedness and feeding queerness intothe practice of queering, through which they explore anarchival, violence, and intimacies.

Ashley is supported by the Singapore National Arts Council Scholarship in her dancer/maker studies at ArtEZ University of theArts in Arnhem, the Netherlands.