Adeleine Daysor (b.1981, Singapore) is an artist, educator and cultural researcher invested in the everyday. She is fascinated with the make of myths, the thingness of things, and the effects of the uncanny. Adeleine’s practice investigates the visual palette of her home, Singapore; as well as personal and shared phenomena experienced though natural, man-made, and virtual landscapes. She finds a special affinity with paints, objects, and their site-responsive installations. Adeleine received her BA (Hons) Fine Arts from The Surrey Institute of Art and Design, Farnham, UK. Furthering her studies in San Francisco, USA, she graduated from the California College of the Arts with an MFA in Drawing and Painting and an MA in Visual and Critical Studies.