Moe Satt works as an artist and curator in Yangon, Myanmar where he is part of a new generation of emerging Burmese artists. In 2008, he founded and organized Beyond Pressure, an international festival of performance art in Myanmar. He has participated in live arts festivals throughout Asia and Europe and has been invited to serve as the resident artist at several locations, including Rimbun Dahan (Malaysia, 2008), International Residence at Recollets (Paris, 2015) and IASPIA (Sweden, 2016). ACC (New York, 2017). His work has been included in several major exhibitions, including the Busan Biennale (2012), CAFA Biennale (Beijing, 2013), Concept Context Contestation: Collective-Driven Art In Southeast Asia (Bangkok, 2013), and The Journal of the Plague Year (South Korea, 2014). An Age of Our Own Making (Roskilde , 2016), Political Acts_ Pioneers of performance art in Asia (Melbourne, 2017). Satt was a finalist for the Hugo Boss Asia Art Award 2015.
While in Chicago, Satt will be exploring performance art networks and debuting a new work.