Nomads of the Sea (2019)

Nomads of the Sea (2019)

Lisa Reihana

Through reimagined narratives based in factual research and primary source material, Lisa Reihana examines the culture and history of Māori and South Pacific Islander peoples.

Qiu Zhijie: Various Works (2015–2019)

Qiu Zhijie: Various Works (2015–2019)

Qiu Zhijie

As artist, writer, curator, professor and thinker, Qiu Zhijie draws on many different artistic sources and bodies of thought, from contemporary art to Chinese traditions of ink painting and calligraphy.

Mute Grain (2019)

Mute Grain (2019)

Phan Thảo Nguyên

In Phan Thảo Nguyên’s work, the Vietnamese countryside is a dreamscape in which cultural and political histories play out.

house of MAKEdbA (2019)

house of MAKEdbA (2019)

Neo Muyanga

Neo Muyanga’s music and compositions draw on a variety of styles and themes, including Renaissance madrigals, operettas and acoustic pop.

The Letter Writing Project (1998/2019)

The Letter Writing Project (1998/2019)

Lee Mingwei

Often emerging from observation of everyday experience and interactions, Lee Mingwei’s participatory projects explore notions of memory, self-reflection and interpersonal relations.

Keroncong Concordia (2019)

Keroncong Concordia (2019)

Jompet Kuswidananto

Exploring Indonesia’s colonial history, Jompet Kuswidananto’s SB14 commission, Keroncong Concordia (2019), examines greed and desire for social control through fragmented memory and residual folk tunes.

The Angels of Testimony (2019)

The Angels of Testimony (2019)

Meiro Koizumi

Often drawn from constructed scenarios and performances with ordinary people, Meiro Koizumi’s works consider the dividing lines between public and private and probe public and private awareness of innate and socially conditioned behaviours.

ChronoLOGICal (2015)

ChronoLOGICal (2015)

Roslisham (Ise) Ismail

In video, drawing, installation and participatory projects, Roslisham Ismail (aka Ise) employs expressions of popular vernacular with an eye toward unpacking the complex, and often alternative, cultural roots of a place.

R for Resonance (2019)

R for Resonance (2019)

Ho Tzu Nyen

Ho Tzu Nyen’s ongoing project The Critical Dictionary of Southeast Asia (2012–present) poses the following question: What is Southeast Asia? In the modern sense, the term was introduced during the Second World War in a 1941 book by British-born colonial public servant John Sydenham Furnivall.

A Dragon King in Sleepy Pride Rock (2019)

A Dragon King in Sleepy Pride Rock (2019)

Anawana Haloba

Anawana Haloba often investigates the social, economic, ideological and cultural conditions of post-independence and the rapid shifts in subjectivity brought on by globalisation.

Knowledge Market: Speculative Collective  (2019)

Knowledge Market: Speculative Collective (2019)

Gudskul

Gudskul: Contemporary Art Collective and Ecosystem Studies is a public learning space established by three Jakarta-based art collectives: Grafis Huru Hara, ruangrupa and Serrum.

tagatanu’u (2017–ongoing)

tagatanu’u (2017–ongoing)

Léuli Eshrāghi

Léuli Eshrāghi is drawn to the embodied teachings that Indigenous histories call into becoming as realisations of ancestral, Earth-centred ways of being and knowing.

Spheres (2017)

Spheres (2017)

Rohini Devasher

Trained as a painter and printmaker, Rohini Devasher also works in sound, video and site-specific drawings.

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