Malaysian-born and Singapore-bred Teik-Kim Pok is a performance artist who has created numerous works.
He founded audience-activated live installation collective, The Mook Gwa Institute. With them, he has created Karaoke Massage (2005), I’m not a psychic, just a performer (2011), and Kino Klinik (2013).
He has collaborated with numerous interdisciplinary companies including Gravity Research Institute, Theatre Kantanka and Branch Nebula.
On screen, he was featured in Corrie Chen’s short Happy Country and as the Dance Instructor in Deborah Kelly’s award-wining Tank Man Tango, a viral video memorial and live art project. Most recently, he starred in Platon Theodoris' debut feature, Alvin's Harmonious World of Opposites, which was in Official Selection for Slamdance 2016.
He was previously at Playwriting Australia, the national organisation for new Australian plays, designing programs aimed at developing new Indigenous, Asian-Australian and other new playwriting voices for the mainstage.
Most recently, Teik-Kim began an MFA in Cultural Leadership at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA).