An Asian Affair

This month we have a good dose of call for applications, residencies, seminar papers and announcements of conferences...a comforting volume indicating an interest to digest what has been happening during the past decade in Asia, one that is stimulated through new exchanges and a desire for cross-regional projects.
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As the year rolls in to a steady pace – a rather frightening pace actually given we are already in March – I am heartened with the projects on the table for the year ahead. This month we have a good dose of call for applications, residencies, seminar papers and announcements of conferences…a comforting volume indicating an interest to digest what has been happening during the past decade in Asia, one that is stimulated through new exchanges and a desire for cross-regional projects.

Little has been published on this most recent chapter of regional activity – it is hard to get a grasp on the sheer volume of new. The Asian Art Archive is perhaps the most active in documenting contemporary art practice in the region, and with their new premises and having just appointed a bevvy of new ‘researchers’ onto their team expanding their site-lines beyond the giants of China and East Asia to include contemporary activity in India, the Philippines, Indonesia and Cambodia, they position HK as a vital regional hub.

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