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It features artists from across South East Asia, including the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Laos, Myanmar, and Cambodia, who work in a range of media, including video, installation, photography, painting, and video performance. As a survey of art from South East Asia, this exhibition reflects the diversity and substantial geographic spread of the region by emphasizing personal and fragmented connections to history and Public exhibition stories observed through the perspectives of artists.
The exhibition includes eight artists and artistic collaboration. Born in and around the s, these artists are connected by their generational experience of media technology; the impact of shifting economic and political discussions within their home territories; and approaches to different aesthetic formats that reflect the subtle movement between local, regional, and global contexts. The artists selected for this exhibition are widely respected and actively contribute to the various conversations of contemporary art in their home situations, whilst regularly participating in regional and global conversations.
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The exhibition looks at contemporary art in Southeast Asia through small narratives told by eight artists and an artistic collaboration Virtual Exhibition. Exhibition Survey. Lucky participants will get special merchandises from the exhibition! Survey. About the Exhibition. Exhibition Partners. Exhibiting Artists. Installation View. Nge Lay l. Urban Story 1 Color photograph.
Collection of the artist. Raden Saleh Sjarif Boestaman b. Dutch East Indies, ca.
Kawita Vatanajyankur l. Thailand, Knit Video documentation of performance. Saleh Husein b. Archives, video, and text on the wall. Variable dimension.
Cian Dayrit b. Embroidery, objects, and digital print on fabric. Souliya Phoumivong b. Laos, Flow Lim Kok Yoong b. Installation and video projection.
Ho Rui An b. Singapore, Screen Green — Installation and video.
Maharani Mancanagara b. Indonesia, Tale of Wanatentrem Storybooks in Indonesian, Korean Language, and English inside rotation boxes, vitrine, acrylic on wood, charcoal on wood. Cambodia, b. Belgium, [re-enacting memories] with you Related Programs. Learn More. Connect and Revive: A Conversation Exhibition Guide. New Updated Exhibition Guide. Exhibition Guide Mobile Format. Museum Guide for Children Desktop Format.
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