From September 2021 – January 2022, Annie Jael Kwan was digital curator-in-residence at the Barbican Centre, where she programmed Noguchi Resonances.
Adriel Luis, Alexandra Chang, America, Annie Jael Kwan, Asias, Barbican, Chong Li-Chuan, community, George Clark, global, Isamu Noguchi, Japan, John Tain, Marci Kwon, Mika Maruyama, Ming Tiampo, Nine Yamamoto-Masson, Noguchi, Rei Hayama, Resonances, solidarity, transnational, UK, USA, Viet Le, Yarli Allison, Youngsook Choi
Alongside the weekend of Frieze in London, Asia-Art-Activism held a three-day programme of activities at Raven Row. …
archive, art, Asia, body, Cambodia, feminism, Film, live art, London, Performance, performance art, political, Singapore, USA, video, Vietnam
Exhibition dates: 16 September – 18 November 2018 Opening weekend: Saturday 15 September 2018 17:00: Official opening, featuring a new …
Amy Lee Sanford, archive, art, artist, Asia, body, Boedi Widjaja, Cambodia, Claire Oboussier, diaspora, Erika Tan, Exhibition, feminism, Film, France, Germany, histories, identity, Indonesia, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Laos, Malaysia, memory, migration, mobility, movement, Noel Ed De Leon, painting, Performance, Philippines, photography, political, public, Sau Bin Yap, Sim Chi Yin, Singapore, Sung Tieu, Thailand, Tuan Mami, USA, Vandy Rattana, video, Vietnam, Vong Phaophanit
Anida Yoeu Ali (b.1974, Battambang) is an artist whose works span performance, installation, public encounters, and political agitation. …
Anida Yoeu Ali, archive, art, artist, Asia, Cambodia, Cham, cultural identity, diaspora, feminism, histories, identity, Java Arts, Khmer, memory, migration, mobility, movement, Paris, Performance, Phnom Penh, photography, political, public, The Buddhist Bug, The Red Chador, USA, video
April in Paris—the air is still crisp in the late afternoon. People mill around the Trocadéro with its view of the Ei el Tower. A woman, wearing a floor-length red chador covered with sequins, shimmers with each step as she moves near an assembly protesting Saudi Arabia’s war on Yemen. At first the demonstrators do not notice her, but as she passes them, a few of them suddenly break away to approach her. They talk excitedly at her and take photos. She bows deeply.
Anida Yoeu Ali, Art Asia Pacific, artist, Asia, Buddhist Bug, Cambodia, France, Muslim, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, Performance, political, Studio Revolt, USA