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Photologue | Time for Introspection

Images of self-reflexive exhibitions that question the place of art institutes in the contemporary era

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How To Change The World Without Really Trying: Reflections On Performance Art Today

Applying lessons from performance art to help us respond to present anxieties

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Conversations

Interview with Alice Kok

The Macanese artist discusses her projects exploring language, family, and meditation

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Photologue | From Shanghai to Nanjing: Two International Biennales and the In-Betweens

Images of the Shanghai and Nanjing Biennales

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Conversations

Interview with Wu Mali

The Taiwanese artist talks about her work, her collaborations with communities, and the art scene in Taiwan  

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Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | Readings from Elsewhere

Ringo Bunoan highlights three female artists who came to prominence in the 1970s–1980s

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Research Log | The Curatorial Imperative

The buzzword of the season in India is “curating”

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Theertha: A Journey by a Collective of Restless Artists

The artist as a radical, socio-cultural entrepreneur

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Art into Action: Performance Art Festivals in Asia

Examining the public value and communal utility of art in relation to performance art in Asia

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Conversations

Interview with Aiko Miyanaga

The Japanese artist discusses the sense of time and change in her work, her use of unconventional materials, and her future plans

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Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | Being and Event: The Archive and Exhibitions

Carolyn Cartier spotlights exhibition catalogues for one-time exhibitions and biennales

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Photologue | A Biennial about Biennials: The 2010 Taipei Biennial

Images of the 7th Taipei Biennial

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Photologue | The Images of 10,000 Lives: The 8th Gwangju Biennale

Images from the 8th Gwangju Biennale

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Conversations

Interview with Pisithpong Siraphisut

The artist discusses his work, the Thai art education system, and the innovative ComPeung Village of Creativity

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Photologue | A Breath of Fresh Air for International Art Exhibitions in Japan: The Aichi Triennale

Images of the inaugural Aichi Triennale

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Re-Orienting Taiwan: The China Factor in Contemporary Art from Taiwan

Sophie McIntyre explores the implications of Taiwan's closer relationship with China upon the visual arts field

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Research Log | Logic Behind The Chaos: A Glimpse into Performance Art in Indonesia

Observations on the divisions within the Indonesian contemporary art scene

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Conversations

Interview with Gary-Ross Pastrana

The Filipino artist talks about deconstruction, his use of media unfamiliar to audiences, and his day job

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Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | The Books Of "All You Can Eat" Ideas and Knowledge

Hitomi Hasegawa shares her excitement about anthologies on contemporary art and society

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Predicaments and Promises: Reflections on Art Writing in Malaysia and Singapore

Kelvin Chuah argues that new, transdisciplinary efforts are needed to analyse modern art in Malaysia and Singapore