Residencies Insights: Conversations with Erin Gleeson and Luke Willis Thompson, Where’s beauty going to be when things get better? Memorialisation and the traumatic object

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Residencies Insights: Conversations with Erin Gleeson and Luke Willis Thompson, Where’s beauty going to be when things get better? Memorialisation and the traumatic object

Description

3 Dec 2014, Wed 7:30pm - 9:00pm

Join NTU CCA Singapore Curator-in-Residence Erin Gleeson and Artist-in-Residence Luke Willis Thompson, winner of New Zealand’s acclaimed “Walters Prize” in 2014, as they tackle issues around the histories of objects and its nature in this dynamically led discussion. Gleeson will introduce the practice of late Cambodian artist Svay Ken (1933-2008) and the significance of his paintings. Thompson will present recent projects on looking at the vexed nature of objects and their memorialisation.

Date

2014-12-03

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Short Description

Gleeson will introduce the practice of late Cambodian artist Svay Ken (1933-2008) and the significance of his paintings. Thompson will present recent projects on looking at the vexed nature of objects and their memorialisation.

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General

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Location

Onsite (CCA)

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No

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No

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No

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Citation

“Residencies Insights: Conversations with Erin Gleeson and Luke Willis Thompson, Where’s beauty going to be when things get better? Memorialisation and the traumatic object,” NTU CCA Singapore Digital Archive, accessed August 13, 2022, https://ntuccasingapore.omeka.net/items/show/2122.