An Open Afternoon at Asymmetry HQ for a casual lunch and gathering.
A panel discussion chaired by critic and curator Karen Archey, in conversation with curator and researcher Annie Jael Kwan and publisher, curator and writer Sarah Shin.
Digital access to collections is an important function of many Southeast Asian art archives. As digital resources and nodes for peer-to-peer sharing, these archives play an important role in seeding new research and cultivating a regional historical consciousness.
Art Nomads—Karvansarai کاروانسرای – a video installation and programme at Pallas Projects / Studios, with keynote: Diasporic Worldings.
Building on Documenta XV’s focus on collective practice, this workshop brings together representatives of artistic and intellectual collectives to reflect upon the practice of curating, making, and thinking together.
For GAX 2022, Curators, scholars and researchers Liisa-Ravna Finbog, Biung Ismahasan and Annie Jael Kwan come together with panel chair John Tain to talk about their work on the Sámi Pavilion and (People of Remarkable Talents) PORT Perak Pera + Flora + Fauna at the 59th Venice Biennale.
The Asia Forum’s Annie Jael Kwan, Ming Tiampo, Hammad Nasar and John Tain in conversation with ArtReview’s editor, Mark Rappolt.
How do we work collaboratively with, within and between power structures?
Pathways of Performativity in Contemporary Art of Southeast Asia
Southeast of Now: Directions in Contemporary and Modern Art in Asia, Volume 6, Number 1 (March 2022).
Guest-edited by Eva Bentcheva, Annie Jael Kwan and Roger Nelson