“The Southeast Asia Movie Theatre Project”: An Installation by Philip Jablon at H Project Space, Bangkok


American researcher Philip Jablon’s photographs of abandoned movie theatres in Southeast Asia is on show in Bangkok at H Project Space.

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When Bangkok meets Phnom Penh, ‘un-compared’ – in pictures


Thai and Cambodian artists explore and uncover unpredictable links between each others art practice in “Rates of Exchange, Un-Compared”. The works are on show at H Gallery in Bangkok and will travel to SA SA BASSAC gallery in Phnom Penh in January 2015.

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Cambodian performance art: Art Radar’s top 4 posts


The latest in our ongoing “Lists” series, we bring you Art Radar‘s four best articles on Cambodian performance art which explores issues surrounding the body and cityscape, while also addressing sociopolitical contexts in the country.

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Cambodian performance art: “Roundtables” seminar


Artists, curators and researchers explore performance art in Cambodia in a day-long seminar – “Roundtables: The Body, the Lens, the City”. Critical issues including the use of the body, art in the context of the city scape and the role of documentation in performance were on the agenda.

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