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Conversation: Amanda Heng & Ushiroshoji Masahiro

27 May 2015, Wed 7:30pm - 9:00pm Amanda Heng has championed the representation of women within exhibitions in Singapore through examining notions of the female body through her performances, her work with WITAS (Women in the Arts Singapore), and…

A panel discussion with Dr Tan Kai Syng (Singapore), Artist-in-Residence, Amanda Heng (Singapore), artist, and Véronique Sapin (France/Singapore), curator. Respondents: Professor C.J. Wan-ling Wee (Singapore), School of Humanities, NTU and Dr…

For this special day event at Gillman Barracks, NTU CCA Singapore has put together a line-up of programmes encompassing open studios, film screenings and performances.

Amanda Heng has championed the representation of women within exhibitions in Singapore through examining notions of the female body through her performances, her work with WITAS (Women in the Arts Singapore), and through various artists’ initiatives…

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Place.Labour.Capital., published by NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore (NTU CCA Singapore) and Mousse Publishing, connects cultural production and artistic research to broader political and social concerns, engaging readers with contemporary…

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Amanda Heng has championed the representation of women within exhibitions in Singapore through examining notions of the female body through her performances, her work with WITAS (Women in the Arts Singapore) and through various artists’ initiatives…

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Amanda Heng is an artist. With an interest in the clash of Eastern and Western values, traditions, and gender roles in the context of a multicultural and fast-changing society of Singapore, her work embraces different media.
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