, who has been speaking at, attending and convening many art conferences, is concerned about the effectiveness of such gatherings. He encourages critical discourse of the development of art in Southeast Asia, but reckons that there should be alternative ways to talk and think in public about contemporary art. This lecture tells the story of how worked through the problem and offers some suggestions of how people might move forward in convening art conferences.
has lectured on art and cultural studies, convened international conferences, and written widely on Singapore and contemporary art, including the essays
received a B.A. in , and a M.A. in He is the President of the Singapore Section of the , and also serves on the in Hong Kong.
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