b. 1983, Yangon, Myanmar

Lives and work in Yangon, Myanmar

Moe Satt is a conceptual and performance artist, and curator. In 2008, he founded and organized Beyond Pressure, an international festival of performance art in Myanmar. In his works, which span various mediums from photography, sculpture, to video and sound installations,  Moe Satt addresses provocative social and politic issues in military-ruled Myanmar, such as the role of religion and that of the individual in society. He has been invited to several artist-in-residence programs, among others, ACC in New York (2017); IASPIS in Umeå, Sweden (2016); and International Residence at Recollets, Paris (2015). His work has been featured in several group exhibitions, including 
Political Acts: Pioneers of performance art in Southeast Asia in Melbourne (2017); CAFAM Biennale, Beijing (2013); and Busan Biennale (2012). Satt was a finalist for the Hugo Boss Asia Art Award 2015. He lives and works in Yangon, Myanmar.