Central to AAA’s mission is its belief in the Archive as a platform for new thinking about contemporary art activities in the region. To connect the material in its possession and the context of its creation to new people and places, AAA initiates and presents a rich diversity of artist talks, symposia, and workshops, which are now available online. Videos of newly conducted AAA programmes will be added to Collection Online as they become available.
|:||Session IV: Michelle Wong|
|:||Presentation by Michelle Wong, AAA Researcher, during Session IV of the workshop 'Property, Protest, Commons, and the Alternative Economies of Art' held on 30 April 2015.
Antony Hudek's presentation in the first part of the session is not included in this video.
|:||'Property, Protest, Commons, and the Alternative Economies of Art' is a series of public workshops in Hong Kong and Taipei involving artists, filmmakers, curators, architects, and writers engaged in alternative production and dissemination models based on generosity and sharing. Envisioned as a collaborative endeavour exploring how to enrich the public realm and actively produce the commons, participants uncover the role property plays in the rapid globalisation of Asia and its consequences for public culture.
The workshops serve as a process of research leading to a collectively generated publication Made in Public, a collaboration between AAA resident artist Marysia Lewandowska and curator Esther Lu. The project responds to the process of privatisation influencing daily life, and attempts to make connections between isolated practices to contribute to imagining a shared future.
|:||Property, Protest, Commons, and the Alternative Economies of Art|
|:||30 April 2015|
|Location of Exhibition | Event:||Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong|
|:||Asia Art Archive|
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