The first postgraduate conference at SOAS focuses on Southeast Asia and issues of mobility and migration within and across national boundaries. Full programme to be released soon, please look out for it.
Live programme curated by Annie Jael Kwan in association with Something Human and Iniva, followed by Q&A
Conference and screening programme released. Registration open!
Date|Time: 9 June 2017, 10.00am-6.00pm Performance Sites: Palazzo Pisani a Santa Marina, Venice, Italy & various outdoor locations. Artists: Libita Clayton, Lynn Lu, Paul Maheke, Boedi Widjaja In response to the critical themes explored by the artists of the Tactical Interventions: Diaspora Pavilion exhibition, MAP1: WATERWAYS presents a day of indoor and outdoor performances activating sites alongside water. …
First presented in 2015 at Tate Britain under the title “Artist and Empire: Facing Britain’s Imperial Past” the show’s October 2016 debut at the National Gallery Singapore (NGS), entitled “Artist and Empire: (En)countering Colonial Legacies” is curated by the local team comprised of Low Sze Wee, Melinda Susanto and Toffa Abdul Wahed, marking the NGS’s second international collaboration (the first was with Paris’s Centre Pompidou).