AAA Sharing Event: Annie Jael Kwan, Noel Ed De Leon and Sim Chi Yin
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AAA Sharing Event: Annie Jael Kwan, Noel Ed De Leon and Sim Chi Yin

UnAuthorised Medium, Framer Framed. Shown: Bomb Ponds (2009) Vandy Rattana; Elements (2011-2018) Noel Ed De Leon & Memory Dispute (2017), Sung Tieu. Image: Eva Broekema 23 November 2018 6.30 – 8.30pm Raven Row Eventbrite: Please book a place here. This AAA Sharing Session presents some reflections on the individual practices of founding member, curator and researcher Annie Jael Kwan, and AAA members visual/live … Continue reading

AAA Sharing Session: Bettina Fung / Sau Bin Yap / Sunil Shah
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AAA Sharing Session: Bettina Fung / Sau Bin Yap / Sunil Shah

Date/Time: 31 August 2018, 6.30-8.30pm Venue: Raven Row, 56 Artillery Lane, London E1 7LS Please come and join Asia-Art-Activism’s second ever ‘Sharing Session’ at Raven Row, London. This month’s session will focus on practices including the curatorial, infra-structural, research driven and aesthetic. Artist Bettina Fung will present her interest in ‘lines, movement and connections’ and the idea … Continue reading

Conditions for Performance in Cambodia: Interview with Srey Bandaul
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Conditions for Performance in Cambodia: Interview with Srey Bandaul

    Srey Bandaul (b. 1973, Battambang, Cambodia) studied with the French artist Veronique Decrop from 1987 until 1991 in an art school she founded at Site 2 Camp on the Thai border. This school moved to Battamabang in 1994 and was established as Phare Ponleu Selpak with Decrop and nine Cambodian artists, including Bandaul. … Continue reading

Conditions for Performance in Cambodia: Interview with Roger Nelson
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Conditions for Performance in Cambodia: Interview with Roger Nelson

Roger Nelson is an art historian and independent curator, and a Postdoctoral Fellow at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He received his PhD from the University of Melbourne in 2017, with his thesis titled “Modernity and Contemporaneity in ‘Cambodian Arts’ After Independence.” Roger’s research approaches modern and contemporary arts of Southeast Asia from interdisciplinary perspectives, grounded … Continue reading

Conditions for Performance in Cambodia: Interview with Bo Rithy
Interview / Research Residency

Conditions for Performance in Cambodia: Interview with Bo Rithy

Born 1989, in Kampuchea Krom, South Vietnam. Bo Rithy was a student at Phare Ponleu Selpak for ten years before graduating from the Visual Arts department in 2010, and is currently undertaking a law degree at the University of Battambang. He has shown in group exhibitions in Cambodia, Thailand, and Singapore (where he was selected … Continue reading

Conditions for Performance in Cambodia: Interview with Amy Lee Sanford
Interview / Research Residency

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