Residencies Studio Sessions: Exploring ‘Sisterhood’: How Can We Imagine A Better Way Forward?

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Residencies Studio Sessions: Exploring ‘Sisterhood’: How Can We Imagine A Better Way Forward?

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Description

A panel discussion with Dr Tan Kai Syng (Singapore), Artist-in-Residence, Amanda Heng (Singapore), artist, and Véronique Sapin (France/Singapore), curator. Respondents: Professor C.J. Wan-ling Wee (Singapore), School of Humanities, NTU and Dr Fang-Tze Hsu (Taiwan/Singapore), curator, NUS Museum, introduced by Dr Anna Lovecchio, curator, NTU CCA Singapore.

How have notions and practices of sisterhood evolved over the last four decades? Is it possible to co-create a vision for the future in dialogue with each other? For the second part of her residency, Dr Tan Kai Syng picks up from when she last collaborated with pioneering feminist artist Amanda Heng and Singapore-based arts professional Véronique Sapin to trigger a collective reflection upon gender and social change in the arts in today’s Singapore and beyond. Through the lens of their artworks and projects, the speakers and respondents will address the problematic notion of ‘sisterhood’ and its relevance for envisioning a different future.

This session will take place in the artist’s studio.

Date

2019-09-26

Coverage

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Short Description

Through the lens of their artworks and projects, the speakers and respondents will address the problematic notion of ‘sisterhood’ and its relevance for envisioning a different future.

Programme Type

Audience

General

Programme Series

Location

Onsite (CCA)

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No

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No

Education

No

Collection

Citation

“Residencies Studio Sessions: Exploring ‘Sisterhood’: How Can We Imagine A Better Way Forward?,” NTU CCA Singapore Digital Archive, accessed October 1, 2022, https://ntuccasingapore.omeka.net/items/show/2564.