Conditions for Performance in Cambodia: Interview with Anida Yoeu Ali
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Conditions for Performance in Cambodia: Interview with Anida Yoeu Ali

    Anida Yoeu Ali (b.1974, Battambang) is an artist whose works span performance, installation, public encounters, and political agitation. She is a first generation Muslim Khmer woman born in Cambodia and raised in Chicago. After residing for over three decades outside of Cambodia, Ali returned to work in Phnom Penh as part of her … Continue reading

Conditions for Performance in Cambodia: Interview with Amy Lee Sanford
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Conditions for Performance in Cambodia: Interview with Amy Lee Sanford

Amy Lee Sanford is a sculptor whose work explores the relationship between trauma and healing. Born in Phnom Penh, Cambodia in 1972 and raised in the United States, the artist holds a degree from Brown University in the Visual Arts. Sanford has been in numerous collective exhibitions internationally. A partial list includes Cascade (solo exhibition, … Continue reading

Artist and Empire: (En)countering Colonial Legacies
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Artist and Empire: (En)countering Colonial Legacies

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). Continue reading