The Buddhist Bug series, Campus Dining, 2012, Performance & Concept by Anida Yoeu Ali, Photography by Masahiro Sugano, Archival Inkjet Print, Edition of 5, *Image courtesy of Studio Revolt

Pathways of Performativity in Contemporary Southeast Asian Art, Second Day

Symposium,


Practical information

Language
Symposium in English
Duration
Reservation
Reservation required
Admission
Free Entry


Event overview

Second day of the Symposium. For further information and the first day's program, please go to First day of the Symposium.


Second day: Friday, 28 June
 

10–10.15 am
Greeting and introduction
Dr. Eva Bentcheva, Goethe-Institut Postdoctoral Fellow at Haus der Kunst

10.15–11.30 am
Keynote lecture 2

Dr May Adadol Ingawanij (University of Westminster)
"Animistic Medium: Genealogy of Performativity and Southeast Asian Contemporary Art"

11.30 am–12.30 pm
Curatorial tour
through the exhibition Archives in Residence - Southeast Asia Performance Collection

1–2 pm
Lunch

2–3.30 pm
Panel 3: Constructing and Contesting Identities 

Dr Wulan Dirgantoro (University of Melbourne) 
"Things Happen When We Remember: Memory and the Archive in FX Harsono’s Works"

Sally Oey (Ludwig Maximilian University Munich) 
"Re-building Space, Body and Self: Alienation and Appropriation in Marintan Sirait’s Performative Practice"

Artist talk w/ Anida Yoeu Ali (Phnom Penh) 
"Unchartered Distance: Performing In-Between Here and There"

Moderation: Annie Jael Kwan 

3.30–4 pm
Break

4–5.30 pm
Panel 4: Archiving Performativity

Chương-Đài Võ (Asia Art Archive) 
"Form and Process"

Dr Roger Nelson (National Gallery of Singapore) 
"Performativity Without Performance? Reflections and Questions on Medium in Post-Conceptual Contemporary Art"

Performance Lecture: Ho Rui An, Conspiracy of Files

Moderation: Dr Eva Bentcheva

5.30–6 pm
Plenary discussion

Abstracts and biographies

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