Day 2 / 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Representing Southeast Asian Art in Biennales, Museum Exhibitions and Archives

Through each of these platforms, audiences and researchers are offered a glimpse of Southeast Asian Art. The perspective presented is often that of the curators or the organizers of the exhibitions or those collecting for the archive. This panel will discuss the different ways in which they have represented Southeast Asian Art and how their visions have shaped the narrative. They will also speak about how each platform allows for different encounters with the art and its history.

Kim Sun-Jung is president of the Gwangju Biennale Foundation. Established in 1995 in memory the Gwangju Biennale in South Korea is Asia’s oldest biennial of contemporary art.

Hirozaku Takayama is a curator with the Mori Art Museum which recently hosted the exhibition Sunshower : Contemporary Art from 1980s to Now.

Chuong-Dai Vo is a researcher for Asian Art Archive with a focus on Southeast Asia. Currently she is working on the archives of Green Papaya Art Projects the longest running independent artspace in the Philippines.