Residencies Recorded #2: Seeding Spaces

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Residencies Recorded #2: Seeding Spaces

Description

In this series, the Centre looks back at the Residencies Programme’s archives of talks, conversations, and performances to periodically highlight select events that take on particular resonance with the present times.

Creatif Compleks – Artist talk by Michael Lee (Singapore), Artist-in-Residence
17 March 2018

Unravelling a series of intersecting reflections on the function of the artist’s studio within the arts ecology of a city, Michael Lee presents Creatif Compleks, a project developed during the residency for The Vitrine, the Centre’s smallest Space of the Curatorial. Through a diagrammatic reconfiguration of a hypothetical studio, the work takes a speculative leap into the utopian and the absurd, rendering visible the physical, psychological, and social factors layered in the most private and intimate environment of creative making.

On Museums Made by Artists, Artist talk by Tun Win Aung (Myanmar)
30 July 2019

In this talk, artist Tun Win Aung highlights the challenges related to envisioning a contemporary art institution in the context of Myanmar. As he speaks about the creation of transient museums through collaborative processes and continuous conversations with local artists, Tun Win Aung recalls on his friendship and multiple artistic partnerships with the late Phyoe Kyi, a former Artist-in-Residence, focusing on the conception and development of The Museum Project.

Residencies Insights: Models of Organisation. Images as Comrades, Film screening and discussion with Irina Botea Bucan and Jon Dean (Romania and United Kingdom), Artists-in-Residence
10 December 2019

Previous Artists-in-Residence, Irina Botea Bucan and Jon Dean, present past films and discuss their collaborative practice. Examining the formation of cultural spaces, the duo draws attention to the cumulative energies and community engagement that lie at the core of their long-term comparative research on the history, usage, and imagination of community centres as spaces for collective authorship of culture.

Date

24 July - 27 September 2020

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In this series, the Centre looks back at the Residencies Programme’s archives of talks, conversations, and performances.

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7356139

Duration

3:19:29

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Citation

“Residencies Recorded #2: Seeding Spaces,” NTU CCA Singapore Digital Archive, accessed November 29, 2022, https://ntuccasingapore.omeka.net/items/show/4135.

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