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14 March 2014 Speaker: Regina (Maria) Möller

11 Mar 2016, Fri 6:00pm - 7:30pm Samsui women migrated from Southern China to Singapore in the early decades of the twentieth century to toil mainly as construction workers. They were easily recognised through their distinctive red headscarves, black…

Samsui women migrated from Southern China to Singapore in the early decades of the twentieth century to toil mainly as construction workers. They were easily recognised through their distinctive red headscarves, black tunic and black pants which…

This week-long workshop on curating by Visiting Professor Regina (Maria) Möller will focus on printed media as an example for “space” for creative and curatorial practices. Through presentations, discussions, readings, and site visits, participants…

In this lecture Regina Möller will introduce her label embodiment and draw attention to her selective use of materials and textiles to (re)write stories. In 1994 Möller founded the label embodiment under which she designs art works as prototypes,…

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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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Regina (Maria) Möller is an artist and previously Visiting Professor at NTU ADM, Singapore, and Visiting Research Fellow at NTU CCA Singapore.

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“Patterns – cloth and textiles as text in Southeast Asia – imbedding cultural interrelations and the question of identities” in times of global sameness, is Regina (Maria) Möller‘s research focus. Möller’s research in The Lab stems from her interest…
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