Transcript of Residencies AiRCAST #9: Hilmi Johandi

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Transcript of Residencies AiRCAST #9: Hilmi Johandi

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This episode features a conversation between two artists who work primarily with painting: our Artist-in-Residence Hilmi Johandi and Singaporean artist and educator Ian Woo. In this peer-to-peer exchange between thoughtful image-makers, Hilmi and Ian ponder over the significance of the studio in Hilmi's practice revealing how walls, and spaces, can shape artistic mindsets and generate different patterns of thought. Throughout the conversation, they address the potential of a local residency to shift the perception of the familiar, open up new ways of seeing and refresh routines and rituals. They also touch upon the artist-audience relation and other core aspects in Hilmiā€™s practice such as the role of emptiness in the painted surface, the process of reframing, and the inspiration that comes from old films and photographs.

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2022-07-15

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This episode features a conversation between two artists who work primarily with painting: our Artist-in-Residence Hilmi Johandi and Singaporean artist and educator Ian Woo.

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“Transcript of Residencies AiRCAST #9: Hilmi Johandi,” NTU CCA Singapore Digital Archive, accessed November 29, 2022, https://ntuccasingapore.omeka.net/items/show/4338.

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