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Combining fine arts training with her professional experience as a post-excavation technician, Fazleen Karlan intends to focus on further exploring the intersection of art and archaeology by experimenting with archaeological processes as a space for…

indieguerillas, founded in 1999, is a duet of artists from Yogyakarta, Indonesia. They are the couple Santi Ariestyowanti (b. 1977, Semarang) and Dyatmiko “Miko” Bawono (b. 1975, Kudus).

Building on the unique opportunity to explore wilderness within the urban context, Izat Arif’s research project aims to survey the topography, history, social memory, and natural environment of the patch of jungle located within the compound of…

John Wagner’s architectural practice is defined by engagement with diverse community members, artists, activists, leadership, and financial stakeholders.

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Lulu Lutfi Labibi studied textile craft in Indonesian Institute of the Arts in Yogyakarta. In 2012, LULU LUTFI LABIBI was launched: a fashion label that promotes the use of Indonesian traditional textiles in a more up-to-date look.

During the residency, Monica Ursina Jäger will examine the shifting topography of Singapore and Southern Malaysia and how it changed over the last century by engaging with urban development, and architecture. Of particular interest is the…

Nashin Mahtani is the director of, a non-profit organisation developing methods and integrated software infrastructures for community-led disaster co-management.

4 April - 31 August 2022
NTU CCA Singapore
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