“Ghosts and Spectres—Shadows of History”: discussing historical narratives and identities at NTU CCA – symposium summary

NTU CCA Symposium: Ghosts and Spectres—Shadows of History looks at the varied historical narratives and identities in modern East and Southeast Asia.

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“Ghosts and Spectres”: 4 Asian artists explore the “Shadows of History” at NTU CCA Singapore

The four-person show features Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Ho Tzu Nyen, Nguyen Trinh Thi and Park Chan-kyong.

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“2 or 3 Tigers”: Asian new media artists at Berlin’s Haus der Kulturen der Welt

“2 or 3 Tigers” explores the tiger as a medium in the work of 10 Asian new media artists.

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“Gestures and Archives of the Present, Genealogies of the Future”: highlights from the Taipei Biennial 2016

The Taipei Biennial 2016 entitled “Gestures and Archives of the Present, Genealogies of the Future” engages in historical critique.

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The 5th Anyang Public Art Project: pondering art and society

Opening in October 2016, APAP 5 will feature a roster of significant Korean and international artists.

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Sci-fi dystopias: South Korean artist and filmmaker Park Chan-kyong at Tina Kim Gallery – in pictures

The South Korean artist’s New York debut plots compelling local and global alternative histories.  Artist and filmmaker Park Chan-kyong unveils a decade’s worth of multimedia work at Tina Kim Gallery in New York. Park Chan-kyong (b. 1965, Seoul) is one of Korea’s foremost interdisciplinary … Continue reading

From recording evidence to becoming an artist in Korea: interview with Che Onejoon

Korean artist Che Onejoon speaks to Art Radar about exposing the layers in Korea’s socio-political issues.

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