Amanda Heng is a full-time art practitioner. She adopts an interdisciplinary approach to her art practice, focusing on the issues of history, memory, communication and human relationships in urban condition. She has exhibited in major galleries, festivals and artist-run projects in Singapore and international scene including, the Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, the Havana Biennial, the Fukuoka Asian Art Triennial and the inaugural Singapore Biennale. Amanda was involved in the founding of two artist initiatives in Singapore. The Artists' Village, and Wita (Women in the Arts). Amanda has lectured in Nanyang Technology University and the National Institute of Education. She also supervises MA students in LASALLE College of the Arts. She sat on the selection and curatorial committee for the President's Young Talents Exhibition 2009 in Singapore. in 2010, Amanda was presented with the Cultural Medallion.