“On Becoming Two”: Lebanese artist Tony Chakar at Beirut Art Center


Tony Chakar’s site-specific installation explores the notion of critique and suspicion with regards to the commodified art object as well as the media-saturated readings of the unresolved Lebanese civil war.

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Ancient temples, architecture and the modern surveillance state: Sri Lankan artists in the Diaspora – interview


Art Radar chats with two Sri Lankan artists on their diasporic experience and how this has influenced their art practice.

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Disrupted Choreographies from Vietnam – in pictures


Eight Vietnamese artists explore alternative views of colonisation and alter assumptions of history in Museum of Contemporary Art Nîmes’ recently launched “Residual: Disrupted Choreographies”.

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Words in Art: Australian artist Josephine Starrs maps rivers with poetry


Australian artists Josephine Starrs and Leon Cmielewski use poetry, local quotes and lyrics in their environmentally-conscious new media art.

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