Naziha Mestaoui: Between spiritualism, environment and technology – artist profile


Art Radar profiles Paris-based Belgian-Tunisian Naziha Mestaoui architect turned multimedia artist.

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What is…digital art? Art Radar explains


Art Radar’s “What is…?” series brings you the basics of digital art: its history and development, the most prominent artists working in the field in Asia and the latest events focusing on the medium.

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Adapting to climate change: Art and the community in the Cheng Long Wetlands, Taiwan


Cheng-Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Project is back for fifth year, continuing to raise awareness about environmental issues and produce ideas for the improvement of local conditions and livelihood through site-specific installations.

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Singapore artist Ryf Zaini and the mechanics of art


In a talk at the Singapore Art Museum, one of the artists chosen for the “President’s Young Talents”, Ryf Zaini, speaks about using technology in his practice and how a childhood accident changed his work for good.

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Art and social change: How environmental art is transforming a Taiwanese village


Huge site-specific sculptures sit among birds, reeds and muddy water in the Taiwan’s 2013 Cheng-Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Project.

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Hong Kong artist Hung Keung’s digital art in a “yellow box” – Schoeni video interview


Hung Keung talks the possibilities of digital art in a “yellow box”, where art discourse in Asia would not have to conform to concepts that originated in the West.

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From lost republics to roving projectionists: 5 top Asia performance art articles


Art Radar has put together five of our best posts that explore performance art in Asia and how Asian contemporary artists have elaborated and expanded on the global discourse of performance art.

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