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Artist Talk: Ben Puah on I LIKE HANOI AND HANOI LIKES ME

As part of his solo exhibition I LIKE HANOI AND HANOI LIKES ME at Independent Archive, artist Ben Puah gives a candid and freewheeling artist talk about his inspiration behind the works on show. He dismisses the need to contemplate

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Artist Talk: Ben Puah on I LIKE HANOI AND HANOI LIKES ME

As part of his solo exhibition I LIKE HANOI AND HANOI LIKES ME at Independent Archive, artist Ben Puah gives a candid and freewheeling artist talk about his inspiration behind the works on show. He dismisses the need to contemplate

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Exhibition: I LIKE HANOI AND HANOI LIKES ME by Ben Puah

Ben Puah, Stranger in a Beautiful Land, 2017, mixed media, 30 x 30 cm. Image courtesy of the artist   Opening: 9 April 2018, 6.30 pm, with an opening performance from 6 pm Dates: 10 April – 9 May 2018

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Exhibition: I LIKE HANOI AND HANOI LIKES ME by Ben Puah

Ben Puah, Stranger in a Beautiful Land, 2017, mixed media, 30 x 30 cm. Image courtesy of the artist   Opening: 9 April 2018, 6.30 pm, with an opening performance from 6 pm Dates: 10 April – 9 May 2018

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Monday Moot: Geraldine Kang

Geraldine will be presenting her thoughts on her relationship with photography, particularly by using the medium for its inherent detachment, and how that has served differently (sometimes problematically) across a range of projects. Following that, she will also speak about

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Monday Moot: Geraldine Kang

Geraldine will be presenting her thoughts on her relationship with photography, particularly by using the medium for its inherent detachment, and how that has served differently (sometimes problematically) across a range of projects. Following that, she will also speak about

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Monday Moot: Satoko Lee

      Living with nature in an urbanised world In this talk, Satoko Lee (née Sukenari) reflects on our urbanised, relationship with nature. She explores the complex intertwinings which bind these two world together on levels both subtle and

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Monday Moot: Satoko Lee

      Living with nature in an urbanised world In this talk, Satoko Lee (née Sukenari) reflects on our urbanised, relationship with nature. She explores the complex intertwinings which bind these two world together on levels both subtle and

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Monday Moot: Martin Constable

        The Perfect Art School An art school by its very name is a contradictory thing: an institution that balances the boundless need of art with the entirely bound needs of a school. Like any institution, it

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Monday Moot: Martin Constable

        The Perfect Art School An art school by its very name is a contradictory thing: an institution that balances the boundless need of art with the entirely bound needs of a school. Like any institution, it

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(Not)Monday Moot: Au Sowyee

        Malaysian artist Au Sow Yee will explore thoughts and methodologies of her artistic practices, particularly “The Mengkerang Project”, an ongoing series started from 2013, exploring and questioning not only the ideology of nation state, history, psychological

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(Not)Monday Moot: Au Sowyee

        Malaysian artist Au Sow Yee will explore thoughts and methodologies of her artistic practices, particularly “The Mengkerang Project”, an ongoing series started from 2013, exploring and questioning not only the ideology of nation state, history, psychological

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Monday Moot: Marla Bendini

    About Marla Bendini “Marla Bendini” was created in 2007 as an amalgamation between art and life, to explore multiple liminal identities and fluidity in perspectives. She seeks to both engage and disarm audiences and to bridge the present

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Monday Moot: Marla Bendini

    About Marla Bendini “Marla Bendini” was created in 2007 as an amalgamation between art and life, to explore multiple liminal identities and fluidity in perspectives. She seeks to both engage and disarm audiences and to bridge the present

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Monday Moot: Bruce Quek

        Bruce Quek is a young artist who works with whatever seems appropriate at the time, often producing things that don’t seem to mean anything. This tendency might be traced to his training in sculpture at LASALLE,

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Monday Moot: Bruce Quek

        Bruce Quek is a young artist who works with whatever seems appropriate at the time, often producing things that don’t seem to mean anything. This tendency might be traced to his training in sculpture at LASALLE,

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Monday Moot: Susan Sentler

Learning to see…body, place, memory, image In this talk, Susan Sentler, a dance artist and choreographer, will engage in an open dialogue on her practice and its evolution through her MA studies (MACP, professional practice pathway) at Trinity Laban, in

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Monday Moot: Susan Sentler

Learning to see…body, place, memory, image In this talk, Susan Sentler, a dance artist and choreographer, will engage in an open dialogue on her practice and its evolution through her MA studies (MACP, professional practice pathway) at Trinity Laban, in

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Monday Moot: Lee Wen

We know things have been a little quiet of late at the Independent Archive – which makes us all the more chuffed to announce a new programme of fortnightly talks, discussions and other meetings of minds. Since it takes place

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Monday Moot: Lee Wen

We know things have been a little quiet of late at the Independent Archive – which makes us all the more chuffed to announce a new programme of fortnightly talks, discussions and other meetings of minds. Since it takes place

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POSTPONED: Art at the Fringes of the Law

A very urgent court case cropped up and our speaker has to attend to it. So, this event has to be postponed until we find a clear date for it. We apologise for this terrible inconvenience.   Art being what

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POSTPONED: Art at the Fringes of the Law

A very urgent court case cropped up and our speaker has to attend to it. So, this event has to be postponed until we find a clear date for it. We apologise for this terrible inconvenience.   Art being what

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Zentai: Challenges to Subcultural Expression

  The recent Zentai Day around Lasalle College of the Arts has both confronted and moved the public. On 23 May 2015, the Zentai project will gather 120 people for a stroll down Orchard Road in its largest presence to

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Zentai: Challenges to Subcultural Expression

  The recent Zentai Day around Lasalle College of the Arts has both confronted and moved the public. On 23 May 2015, the Zentai project will gather 120 people for a stroll down Orchard Road in its largest presence to

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