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
From September 2021 – January 2022, Annie Jael Kwan was digital curator-in-residence at the Barbican Centre, where she programmed Noguchi Resonances.
“FUTURE AGES WILL WONDER AT US, AS THE PRESENT AGE WONDERS AT US NOW”. Pericles (c. 495 – 429 BC) The … More
Experiments in borrowing and using words. A map with many errors. An unreliable narrator. Multiple interlocutors. Some human, others, not. … More
The Indonesian collective aims to work as a double agent: a team of artistic directors for a major exhibition pursuing … More
In response to what they did yesterday afternoon – Warsan Shire* I see water all around methe skies throw … More
R3: SCAPE-CITY, the third-year programme for Responding: International Performance Art Festival and Meeting, was to be held in Japan this … More
How do artist initiatives respond to a world of change? How do they relate to the local community? read all … More
A commissioned piece written as a response to Jack Gray’s “Our Ancestral Bodies: A Movement Interlude,” part of 2020 GAX Aotearoa Ngā Tai o te Ao: Global Tides.