Shi Yun Teo (b. 1999, Singapore) is a multidisciplinary artist, recent graduate from Slade School of Fine Arts, UCL. She grew up watching her parents practicing cultural and religious rituals, the act of connecting to our ancestors and deities for their wisdom and guidance; thus, she is interested in documenting these ceremonies. The rapid changes in Singapore greatly influence her practice, and she has been consistently exploring the role of cultural memory, revealing hidden, displaced or misinterpreted past. Shi Yun makes immersive video installations, which feature diverse materials. Editing plays a key role in her practice, and found footage is brought into conversation with personal archival photographs and sound recordings, whilst the narrative moves between personal history, mythology and melodrama. Her video works have shown at film festivals and art exhibitions including Slade BA/BFA Degree Show 2023, Contours of Infinity, as part of Revolutions per Minute festival 2021, Being Amongst, Safehouse 2, London, UK 2021 and archived at Asian Film Archive.