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Trinh T. Minh-ha’s approach to film has addressed a wide field of discussions—reaching from the ethics of representation in ethnographic film, to aspects of migration, debates on global socio-political developments, and different layers of feminist…

Wen, a political detainee, is released after many years of imprisonment. Arrested without trial for being an alleged communist, he returns, an old man, to an uneasy reunion with his children. Wen also wanders through the city to see how his homeland…

In Trinh T. Minh-ha’s newest work What About China? (Part I of II, 2020–2021), Xiaolu Guo reads from her memoir Nine Continents: A Memoir In and Out of China (2017) as a voice-over. Reflecting on her childhood, her early career in the Beijing art…

Nervous Translation, Shireen Seno, 2018 Colour, sound, 90 min Rating: PG This film follows the inner voice and play of an eight-year-old girl who cooks perfect miniature dishes, mimicking the world of adults. The perception of the child is translated…

16 Aug 2017, Wed 07:30 PM - 09:00 PM Studio #01-06, Block 38 Malan Road In this talk, Artist-in-Residence Alice Miceli will discuss her research on landscapes inscribed with human-induced traumas and how former theatres of war raise issues of…

In "Grandma's Story," the last chapter of Women, Native, Other (1989), Trinh T. Minh-ha writes that, "The story depends upon every one of us to come into being. It needs us all, needs our remembering, understanding, and creating what we have heard…

6 Apr 2016, Wed 7:30pm - 9:00pm Compared to the abstract language and referential contexts behind Artist-in-Residence Haegue Yang’s installative sculptures, her video works reveal a directly narrative approach. Consisting of diaristic video essays of…
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