CHILLIDXDDY is the artistic project of Nicholas Tee – a live artist based in Singapore who collages action, image, sound and material through body-based performance, pain and endurance; their work is often politically charged, angry and messy. Nicholas’ work has been presented internationally, notably at Haus der Kunst (DE), Manchester Art Gallery (UK) and Point Centre for Contemporary Art (CY). Most recently, their work was featured in the British Art Studies journal published by the Paul Mellon Centre.

Nicholas studied BA (Hons) Performance Arts at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (London, 2015-2018) and MA Live Art at Queen Mary University of London (London, 2018-2019) where they won the Principal’s Prize for Outstanding Academic Achievement.

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