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Aimee Lin, Editor of ArtReview Asia gave a talk during her residency at the Singapore Art Book Fair 2014. Lin met with local artists to understand the art scene in Singapore with research facilitated by Vera Mey NTU CCA Singapore Curator,…

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In her videos, services, concoctions and drawings, Ana Prvacki uses a gently pedagogical and comedic approach in an attempt to reconcile etiquette and erotics. Prvacki’s practice also centres around the human negotiation involved in endeavours such…

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Anocha Suwichakornpong’s research is on Thai history within Southeast Asia, in particular the Thai politics and student movements of 1970s. From her research, Suwichakornpong will develop two projects, a short documentary/video essay exploring the…

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Arjuna Neuman works towards a diagnostic of the economic, affective and ideological systems that envelop us; he uses the history of the nuclear industry and technology more generally to this end. Neuman researched Singapore as a “City within a…

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Bani Haykal’s research looks into the history and affect of the cultural cold war through the movement of Jazz music; identifying the political baggage associated with freedom and democracy as unpacked concepts locked in to the sociopolitical,…

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Charles Lim explores issues such as the environment, territorial borders and de-territorialisation. Lim researches the notions of borders, histories and everyday life and how these may be generated through our perceptions of the sea to create SEA…

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While in residence, Erin Gleeson gave a public talk with her nomination for the NTU CCA Singapore Residency Programme, Artist-in-Residence, Luke Willis Thompson. She also had introductory visits and curatorial tours to important institutional spaces…

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Hendrik Folkerts will explore the Singapore art scene and do research on performance practices in Singapore and the larger region of Southeast Asia. In addition, Folkerts will make studio visits and meet with local representatives of museums and art…

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James Jack is concerned with rejuvenating fragile links that exist in a place, developing socially engaged artworks in connection with the people and land encountered there. At NTU CCA Singapore, he will work on the project Stories of Khayalan Island…

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Koh Nguang How is an artist and independent researcher on Singapore art. His project, Singapore Art Archive Project @ Centre for Contemporary Art (SAAP@CCA) encompasses material touching the Singapore art scene from the 1920s until the arrival of the…
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