CPA Talk｜Nyantrik: the Only Way Out is In
2019.12.28 15:00 - 17:00 | Talks
KUNCI experiments with methods in producing and sharing knowledge through the acts of studying together at the intersections between affective, manual and intellectual labor. As part of the spirit of producing and sharing knowledge through the acts of studying together, KUNCI devises the School of Improper Education (SoIE) at the end of 2016. In the lecture, KUNCI member Rifki AP will share the concept and practice of “Nyantrik”.
CPA Lecture | Encircling the Museum from the Countryside
2019.12.22 15:00 - 17:00 | Talks
In the talk, Amy Lien and Harry Burke will be jointly responding to the CPA research theme of ‘Institution Building’. Assessing various case studies in Asia, their presentation will explore points of difference and convergence shared between large-scale institutional structures and self-organized collectives.
CPA Lecture | Expending the Platform of Private Museum: exhibition to artist
2019.12.21 15:00 - 16:30 | Talks
In the lecture, Nathalie Boseul Shin, the chief curator of Total Museum will come to share the stories behind the art projects and exhibitions, and discuss the future possibility of contemporary art institutions and its relationship to different audiences.
【CPA Lecture】Curatorial Consciousness – The potential of “curating” and its expanded field
2019.12.04 19:00 - 20:30 | Talks
NTU CCA Singapore’s main field of inquiry engages with Spaces of the Curatorial through an exploration of its potential. The centre focuses on knowledge production by being a platform for discourse and dissemination. It is a “space” for experiments in curatorial thinking and questions the future of “curating”. In this talk, Magdalena Magiera as the Curator of Outreach & Education at NTU CCA will discuss the potential of “curating” and its expanded field through sharing the projects she curated.
CPA Lecture | Working in False Time
2019.11.23 15:00 - 16:30 | Talks
Body Against Classism
2018.11.30 19:00 - 20:30 | Talks
Around the turn of the millennium, a major debate erupted in contemporary Chinese art, one which would lead a long-lasting influence on the understanding of performance and the body. The debate arose out of several works and exhibitions that involved the human body and animals (dead or alive) as the material and theme. These works and exhibitions originally aimed to attack, from a radical standpoint, a conceptualism becoming more methodological by the day and a fast-standardizing exhibition form
From a History of Exhibitions towards a Future of Exhibition-Making---“Second Assembly: Exhibition-Making Practices in China and Southeast Asia in the 1990s”
2018.11.24 - 2018.11.25 10:00 - 18:00 | Talks
The Rockbund Art Museum is proud to initiate its first project under ‘Curatorial Practices in Asia’, a new research platform dedicated to different local contexts situated in the region. For 2018, the platform has been organized in collaboration with the independent curator Biljana Ciric dedicated to exhibition histories in China and Southeast Asia. Since the beginning of this year, a series of public events and activities have been dedicated to this regional exchange in extension to the second
From Corporeal Resistance to Mediated Body: The Dynamics of Embodiment in Performance Arts since 1960s
2018.11.03 14:00 - 15:30 | Talks
CPA Talk | Performing the Exhibition: The Investigation of Time, Space and Community in The Skin Trilogy
2018.09.27 19:00 - 20:30 | Talks
For the third talk in a series related to “Second Assembly: Exhibition-Making Practice in China and Southeast Asia in the 1990s”, a curatorial project jointly curated by Biljana Ciric and the museum, RAM is delighted to invite Kuala Lumpur-based curator and writer Eric Goh to discuss the 1995 exhibition Skin Trilogy by the Malaysian arts collective Five Arts Centre.