Media art historian Dayang Yraola has examined the practice and scholarship of José Maceda through archival research. She is Assistant Professor in the Department of Theory, University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts and served as Archivist and Collections Manager at the University of the Philippines Center for Ethnomusicology (UPCE) (2006–2015). Her tasks at the UPCE included the digital archiving of the Jose Maceda Collection, part of the UNESCO Memory of the World Registry. She has an independent curatorial practice focused on processed-based art projects that involve artists from different cities in Southeast and East Asia. Currently based in Hong Kong, she is studying for her PhD in Cultural Studies at Lingnan University.
Sharjah Art Foundation in partnership with Air Arabia presents A Tripoli Agreement, a research project and exhibition curated by Renan Laru-an.