An exhibition presented by The Substation, Newport
March 22 - April 21, 2018
An exhibition of contemporary art by Victorian-Asian artists navigating the hyphenated space between cultures
This exhibition brings together the works of artists of Asian-Australian backgrounds based in Victoria. The exhibition explores the hyphenated space between cultures and how this informs the perspectives of artists who identify with several cultural outlooks.
Image: Still...what is left, Nikki Lam, video, 2017, from The Substation website.
RMIT CAST Artists Panel Discussion
Wednesday 28 March, 2018, 5-7pm, Storey Hall
Working with the St Andrews, Victoria community, December - March 2018
Anonymous Sojourners in the Australian Bush is a socially engaged public art project with the St Andrews community of Melbourne and Nillumbik Shire as part of their Living in the Landscape Public Arts Incubator. The project looks back in time, investigating the unknown history of anonymous Chinese miners from the 1850s. The project focuses on how contemporary art can reimagine and reconnect with a forgotten migrant community history and is developed in collaboration with the St Andrews Men's Shed. The project has now been decommissioned. Two of the lanterns remain inside at the Wadambuk Community Centre and four will be become part of the St Andrews Primary School community.
A collaborative public art project with Vicseg Social Health Group, April 2016
Images at the top:
1. Flavours of Glenroy, (in collaboration with artist Rowena Booth), artwork, public art intervention, Glenroy, Victoria, 2013-15
2. Lumens Festival: Curating the Ancient City, co-curated with Shane Hulbert, Clare Leporati & Geoff Hogg, Suzhou, China, 2012
3. Public Sleepers, (in collaboration with artist Shao Xiong Chia), artwork, public art project, Sile, Turkey, 2010.