|David Teh: Asia Pacific: Visual Histories of War and Postwar
Day 1: September 12, 10am-1pm | 3/f North Wing, UP Vargas Museum, Quezon City
Day 2: September 13, 1-4pm | 3/f Sensorium, UP Vargas Museum, Quezon City
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Seminar fee waived for UP students.
About David Teh:
Teh is a curator and associate professor at the National University of Singapore, specialising in Southeast Asian Contemporary Art. His curatorial efforts have included Unreal Asia (55. Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen, 2009), Video Vortex #7 (Yogyakarta, 2011), TRANSMISSION (Jim Thompson Art Center, Bangkok, 2014), Misfits: Pages from a Loose-leaf Modernity (Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, 2017) and Returns, a project for the 12th Gwangju Biennale (2018). David’s writings have appeared in journals including Third Text, ARTMargins, Afterall, and Theory, Culture and Society. His book “Thai Art: Currencies of the Contemporary” was recently published by the MIT Press. Teh is also a director of Future Perfect, a gallery and project platform in Singapore.
SEMINARS are strictly limited to 10-12 applicants who will take part in these intensive workshops. These sessions will be targeted to individuals who seek to have more intimate dialogue with guest artists, curators or academics, and are interested in participating in getting feedback for their own work or practice. Each SEMINAR will be different from each other, depending on the guest instructor. Walk-ins will not be entertained.
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ESKWELA is an experimental school period for transdisciplinary thought and context-responsive art making brought together by Bellas Artes Projects.