Something Human: Movement Across Borders

Something Human is a curatorial organisation that explores the themes of movement and relationships across borders, through programmes of live art performances in London and across Europe. Join curator and founder, Annie Jael Kwan, in a sharing session regarding past projects such as FRESHLY PACKED / ALWAYS CHECK THE LABEL, Something Human at the Terminal, If on a Winter’s Day, and MOVE W I T H (OUT)

Time: 6.30pm
Date: 18 May 2014, Sunday
Venue: Independent Archive & Resource Centre, 67 Aliwal Street, Singapore 199942
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About Annie Jael Kwan
Annie trained in theatre arts, film and cultural theory at Goldsmiths College and then obtained a postgraduate qualification in Law, before embarking on her career as producer and curator. As producer she has worked on numerous arts projects, including with arts collective, The Light Surgeons from 2006 till the present. Works included producing immersive installation, Domestic Archaeology at the Geffrye Museum, funded by Arts Council England; Articulated London, a large-scale multidisciplinary exhibition at the four storey London Oxo Barge House, sponsored by Nokia Nseries; the Overture Film, commissioned by the South Bank Centre and projected on the Royal Festival Hall during its re-opening weekend; the visuals for Vangelis: A New Hope, produced by Blink TV for Universal, “TLS vs ELO”, a LED installation on the front façade of the Wembley Theatre; sponsored by Barclays, and touring The Light Surgeon’s live audio-visual performance, Super Everything, commissioned by the British Council Malaysia, to Singapore. As curator, she founded Something Human in 2012, a curatorial project that explores movement and relationships across borders. Something Human presented various programmes of live art at public and unusual spaces across London and Europe. She is also Festival Producer for SEA ArtsFest, the UK’s only arts festival that champions Southeast Asian artists and works inspired by the region, and leads on curating its visual arts programme and SEA ArtsFilm, its screening programme of feature-length and short moving image works.