Venue: Starr Cinema, Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1 9TG. Please arrive via the Café Entrance Book your free place here What does the future hold? In an age of escalating ecological, political and social crises across the world, reverberating across news and media platforms, it requires what Junot Diaz noted as ‘radical hope’ to resolve …
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I’m pleased to be part of the postgraduate organising committee for the first postgraduate conference at SOAS that focuses on Southeast Asia and the issues of mobility and migration within and across national boundaries. Full programme to be released soon, please look out for it.
Conference and screening programme released. Registration open!
A symposium and screening programme of screenings of two feature-length films by Cambodian filmmakers and a series of short films by emerging filmmakers from Southeast Asia.
This report, commissioned by the Tate Research Centre: Asia, is a summary of a panel organised by Eva Bentcheva, independent art historian and curator, at Tate Modern on 21 November 2016. Entitled A Stitch in Time? Situating David Medalla’s ‘Participation-Production Performances’ between British and Philippine Performance Art History, this panel formed part of Contact Points: a seminar in which participants in the 2016 Tate Research Centre: Asia Visiting Fellowship Programme presented their research projects.