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The tear down refers to that period of change after the exhibition has finished – the moment of de-installation and erasure. Thinking through the exhibition as an architectural ruin where residue remains and resonance cannot evaporate, the artworks…

Phnom Penh: Rescue Archaeology, The Body and the Lens in the City, brings together single-channel video works of performance by seven artists born and living in Cambodia. In archaeological practice, a rescue archaeologist is required to react…

Attention has been given to everything but the event. Conditions, such as planning, theory, negotiation, framework, lead to the definition of context while intended results become an afterthought. To highlight this particular issue, Planting Rice…

The Margins of Exhibition is a selection of artist-made videos gathered in response to the curatorial proposition of The Disappearance. The programme displaces our focus from the main game – the artwork, the exhibition or in cinema, the pro-filmic or…

Dr Mark Nash and Isaac Julien discuss theatricality as criticality through Vagabondia (2000), Julien’s seven-minute film for Theatrical Fields, in which the figure of the vagabond is used to explore how the Sir John Soane’s Museum collection has…

Students and faculty staff are invited to take part into a film seminar led by the filmmaker, curator and pedagogue, Madhusree Dutta. Filmmaking, theatre, visual arts, text productions; students' movement, feminist movement, movement against…

This programme of video works curated by NTU CCA Singapore Visiting Research Fellow Marc Glöde and Visiting Associate Professor Mark Nash centres around the rapid changes of urban environments and its impact on communal life. The presented…

Night Fishing, 2011, 33 min, Korean with English subtitles In Night Fishing a man casually sets up for a fishing trip at the water’s edge. Evening comes and a tug on his line presents him with the body of a woman. While he tries to disentangle…

Mark Nash will discuss selected works chosen from a period of intense experimentation with the new medium of video art. In their early works Richard Foreman, Terry Fox, and Martha Rosler explore quasi-didactic scenarios similar to those Jonas has…

Mark Nash will discuss selected works chosen from a period of intense experimentation with the new medium of video art. In their early works Richard Foreman, Terry Fox, and Martha Rosler explore quasi-didactic scenarios similar to those Jonas has…
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