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Embodied Histories – Entangled Communities

The conference seeks to open up new perspectives on storytelling, narrativisations of history and their embodiment in performative arts and practices in Southeast Asia. Central questions are how, in very different ways, these practices offer new potentials to be presented,

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Embodied Histories – Entangled Communities

The conference seeks to open up new perspectives on storytelling, narrativisations of history and their embodiment in performative arts and practices in Southeast Asia. Central questions are how, in very different ways, these practices offer new potentials to be presented,

What Does the Elephant Remember? How Did the Ant Win?

An essay contribution for Curating After the Global – Roadmaps for the Present copublished with the Center for Curatorial Studies Bard College/Luma Foundation, 2019. Order from here. Editors Paul O’Neill, Lucy Steeds, Simon Sheikh, Mick Wilson Summary What it means to be

What Does the Elephant Remember? How Did the Ant Win?

An essay contribution for Curating After the Global – Roadmaps for the Present copublished with the Center for Curatorial Studies Bard College/Luma Foundation, 2019. Order from here. Editors Paul O’Neill, Lucy Steeds, Simon Sheikh, Mick Wilson Summary What it means to be

Bad English: Can we really be friends?

An essay contribution in the catalogue of Ties of History: Art from Southeast Asia.  ABOUT THE EXHIBITION The Philippines organizes an exhibition of contemporary art in Southeast Asia in Manila to mark the 50th year of the Association of Southeast Asian

Bad English: Can we really be friends?

An essay contribution in the catalogue of Ties of History: Art from Southeast Asia.  ABOUT THE EXHIBITION The Philippines organizes an exhibition of contemporary art in Southeast Asia in Manila to mark the 50th year of the Association of Southeast Asian

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Postcolonial perspectives from the Global South

with contributions from South America, South Africa, South Asia and Southeast Asia     The legacies of Colonialism are far-reaching and long lasting. Scholars and historians have noted that many of today‘s conflicts are the direct result of colonialism; processes

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Postcolonial perspectives from the Global South

with contributions from South America, South Africa, South Asia and Southeast Asia     The legacies of Colonialism are far-reaching and long lasting. Scholars and historians have noted that many of today‘s conflicts are the direct result of colonialism; processes

Choreographed knowledges

Choreographed Knowledges is a project by artist Julia Sarisetiati, curated by Grace Samboh, building on the artist’s long-term research and engagement with Indonesian migrant workers. Choreographed Knowledges aims to explore how bodies of power such as state and corporations, “choreograph”

Choreographed knowledges

Choreographed Knowledges is a project by artist Julia Sarisetiati, curated by Grace Samboh, building on the artist’s long-term research and engagement with Indonesian migrant workers. Choreographed Knowledges aims to explore how bodies of power such as state and corporations, “choreograph”

Daur amanat

Rata-rata orang Indonesia hanya memakan daging sapi sebanyak 2,7 kg per tahun, sementara orang Australia bisa sampai 110 kg. —Secondary cut, Ary “Jimged” Sendy, 2018 Kapan terakhir kali Anda memakan steak? Kita bahkan tak punya padanan kata steak dalam bahasa Indonesia. Memang dalam Kamus Besar

Daur amanat

Rata-rata orang Indonesia hanya memakan daging sapi sebanyak 2,7 kg per tahun, sementara orang Australia bisa sampai 110 kg. —Secondary cut, Ary “Jimged” Sendy, 2018 Kapan terakhir kali Anda memakan steak? Kita bahkan tak punya padanan kata steak dalam bahasa Indonesia. Memang dalam Kamus Besar

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The goldfish remembers

The goldfish remembers is a symposium that is held in conjunction with the exhibition “RETURNS”, curated by David Teh, as part of the Gwangju Biennale 2018 – Imagined Borders. Most large, recurring exhibitions are dedicated to the present. What does

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The goldfish remembers

The goldfish remembers is a symposium that is held in conjunction with the exhibition “RETURNS”, curated by David Teh, as part of the Gwangju Biennale 2018 – Imagined Borders. Most large, recurring exhibitions are dedicated to the present. What does