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Over the course of the residency, Taiki Sakpisit plans to develop A Certain Illness Difficult to Name, an installation that addresses instances of trauma and violence embedded in the process of nation building in Singapore and Thailand through the…

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Pratchaya Phinthong’s methodological process is an intense research period whereby he embeds himself within a community or through working with experts and interloculators. Travelling is a key element of his work. Phinthong presents the piece…

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In 2018, Prapat Jiwarangsan was awarded a fellowship from the Japan Foundation Asia Center to develop a project on migrant workers in Singapore. On occasion of a fieldtrip to the country, the artist chanced upon Koi Glai Ban (Persons Far from Home),…

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Having noticed a tendency in writings on Thai contemporary art in quoting and referring to a restricted set of sociocultural texts, Narawan Pathomvat will conduct a research-based project focusing on mapping and analyzing bibliographical data in…

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In recent years, as globalisation accelerates the process of urbanisation, both developed and developing countries are experiencing a significant influx of immigrants. The reality of cities erected entirely through foreign labour has become…

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While in residence, Arin Rungjang will investigate the phenomenon of historical rumours in Thailand and Singapore. His research aims to unearth unofficial stories that circulate by word of mouth and connect them to the politics of governance and…

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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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Campur, Tolak, Kali, Bahagi, Sama Dengan (Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide, Equals) is a solo project by late and cherished artist Roslisham Ismail aka Ise. In 2016 during a short trip in Germany, Ise jotted down in his notebook the title of a…

Animali Domestici, Bangkok Opportunistic Ecologies, 2019, printed synthetic fabric canvas, embroidery, 300 x 300 cm. The Posthuman City. Climates. Habitats. Environments. (2019), NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore.
Currently, more than half of the world’s human population lives in urban areas. Urban growth poses challenges to the various city dwellers, and creates material demands that cause lasting damage to the wider environment. The climate crisis is already…

Installation shots of No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia, the inaugural touring exhibition of the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative, at the Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, a national research centre of the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), May 10, 2014 – July 20, 2014.
No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia is part of the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative which was launched in April 2012, a multi-year collaboration that charts contemporary art practice in three geographic regions—South and…
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