Para Site Art Space is honored to present a Public Lecture by,
introduces some of the conditions in the sub region that affect contemporary arts practices with a particular stress on the curator-artist relationship. He draws upon his previous research with the , which is a connection to his curatorial research with the development of a platform for the . He attempts to provide some insight from the perspective of an artist working with curators and what an artist might consider a “good curator” as opposed to an art critic, institution, and the public at large.
is an artist living and working in . He received his degree in the in Boston. His work, solo and collaborative, has been exhibited in several cities in the United States, Europe and Asia including the , He is an Asia Pacific correspondent for the Madrid-based arts magazine and Ho Chi Minh City editor for . He was awarded the 2005 Martell Contemporary Asian Art Research Grant in 2005 with the in Hong Kong for his year-long research project, He was Teaching Fellow at conducted media arts research at the (2000), Visiting Lecturer at the in 2003. He is a lecturer at and serves as academic advisor to and the co-curator of
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