Kakim Goh is a Singaporean-born Montreal-based visual artist, curator and cultural worker.
As a visual artist who creates interdisciplinary painting, performance and video installations, Kakim has been exhibiting in Mexico and Quebec since 1993, most notably at OBORO, MAI and la Maison de la Culture du Plateau-Mont-Royal. His artworks can be found in private collections in Canada, the United States, Singapore, Mexico, and Chile. He holds a BFA in Painting and Drawing from Concordia University.
Kakim has a long history of community engagement helping to advance equity, diversity and inclusion in the education, arts and culture sectors.
Kakim currently sits on ELAN’s Board of Directors. He is an appointed Member of the Evaluation Committee for New Artistic Practices and Multidisciplinary Sector at the Conseil des arts de Montréal. He served as Curator of the Visual Arts Program at Festival Accès Asie from 2014 to 2016 and currently occupies the role of Vice-President on the festival’s Board of Directors.