ASIA-ART-ACTIVISM: Experiments in Care and Collective Disobedience


ASIA-ART-ACTIVISM: Experiments in Care and Collective Disobedience
is a polyvocal collection of 18 essays by leading academics, artists, curators and researchers who address urgent questions of the complexities of UK Black/Asian race relations and migrations, in parallel with global Black/Asia political entanglements and tensions, reflections on the rise of anti-Asian/migrant sentiment in the UK in relation to the ‘Hostile environment’ and the weaponisation of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Across discursive and creative pieces, writers also explore where Asia is situated within institutional narratives of British art, the nature of transnational solidarity, and how ‘diaspora’ can work as a lens to inform and inflect cultural activities. It also includes artistic contributions from AAA Residency Associates from 2018-2021.

PUBLICATION CONTRIBUTORS:

Yarli Allison / Tamsin Barber / Eva Bentcheva / Youngsook Choi / Whiskey Chow / Kimberly Drew / Bettina Fung / Gasp-C (Burong, Howl Yuan & Mengting Zhuo) / Carô Gervay / Joon Lynn Goh / Taey Iohe / Annie Jael Kwan / June Lam / Adriel Luis / Arianna Mercado / Hammad Nasar / Cường Phạm / Quek Jia Qi / Sunil Shah / Ashley Thompson / Ming Tiampo / Joanna Wolfarth / Diana Yeh

We want to express our sincere gratitude to everyone that has kindly supported our Kickstarter campaign that was launched to help with the post-pandemic increased costs of printing. With your generous pledges, we became a Kickstarter Project We Love and were able to achieve our Kickstarter target. We are currently preparing to send out the publications, along with the different perk packages. Please kindly bear with us as we assemble these.

If you would like to order a copy of our limited edition publication, please contact us at asia.art.activism@gmail.com

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