Khairullah Rahim (b.1987, Singapore) works across objects and replicas, installation, painting and the moving image. His work is informed by strategies of resourcefulness and resilience, and the surveillance work with one's deep rooted emotional conflicts. Through various means of community engagement, collaboration and critical thinking, his practice considers mindful ways of shedding light on the veiled lived experiences of the marginalised and disadvantaged.
Khairullah’s works have been showcased in solo and group projects at venues including National Gallery Singapore, Asian Civilisations Museum (Singapore), Tiger Strikes Asteroid (New York), Abingdon Studios (United Kingdom) and Japan Creative Centre, Embassy of Japan (Singapore) amongst others. He has participated in artist residency programs, namely with Salzburger Kunstverein,Austria; Hubei Institute of Fine Arts, China; Facebook, Singapore; Taipei Artist Village; and YOUKOBO Art Residency Programme,Japan. In 2019, he participated in the 6th edition of Singapore Biennale curated by Patrick Flores. His works are in the collection of Singapore Art Museum and SUNPRIDE Foundation. Currently, he is an adjunct lecturer at LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore and a MFA Visual Arts candidate at Rutgers University, New Jersey. He is represented by Yavuz Gallery (Singapore/Sydney).