“Dimension ~ Perception” by Cuong Pham Pathway: Call me by my true names by Sit Weng San – In Virtual Return You (can’t) Dehaunt | 於虛擬的彼岸 迴魂（不）散 by Yarli Allison – On the edge of uncertainty, may I fly? By Mia Cabalfin – untitled [circuit breaker] by CHILLIDXDDY x Bootlicker For many of us the […]Read more "Screening Pathway: Dimension ~ Perception"
Performing dis/located bodies in liminal imaginaries, curated by Annie Jael Kwan Pathway: Whoo am I 我是水 > On the edge of uncertainty, may I fly? >> Spell >>> Journey to the CharBagh In the wake of the pandemic, our fluttering bodies have been constantly required to adjust and adapt in waves of displacement and loss, while […]Read more "Screening Pathway: Performing dis/located bodies in liminal imaginaries"
Time warp by Arianna Mercado Pathway: Dear Yu Chu — In Virtual Return We (can’t) Dehaunt — The In/Extinguishable Fire — Sleeping In Between Tehching Hsieh and On Kawara This year has progressed both so slowly and so quickly, with days, weeks, and months spent indoors somehow blending into one. This screening pathway investigates time, […]Read more "Screening pathway: Time warp"
19 November 2020, 12:00-2:00pm (London time) Sign-up: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/politics-and-practices-of-care-tickets-128405499305 “What we’re watching happen with COVID-19 is what happens when care insists on itself, when the care of others becomes mandatory, when it takes up space and money and labor and energy. See how hard it is to do? The world isn’t built to give care freely […]Read more "Politics and practices of care"
AAA Radio: Strange Day’s Journey / Joyful NoiseJoel Tan 7 November 2020, 1:00pm (London time) These two audio pieces explore the possibilities of digital intimacy through listening. Not quite audio drama, not quite podcasts, these are listening experiences that look at the bonds we can form across the figurative airwaves. Let a voice exhort you […]Read more "AAA Radio: Strange Day’s Journey / Joyful Noise"
24 November 2020, 12.30-1.45pm (London time) Sign-up: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/tools-to-transform-tickets-127895554045 How are artists and culture workers organising in current global conditions? How are art practices being utilised as tools and strategies for building and sustaining community and coalition? And what spaces of refuge and reckoning does art create for diasporic and migrant experiences Bringing together initiators, partners and […]Read more "Tools to Transform"
Hi. I am gonna use this space to share my practice as an artist, photographer and facilitator with you. I am interested in drawing links between photography, belonging and the quality of our everyday life. In my practice I challenge the individualised notions of photographic practice, where the photographer-genius, who is however often invisible, attains […]Read more "From the Floor to… by Caro Gervay"
AAA Radio: Queer BangladeshLittle Boxes, Rajani Raoja, Anirban Ahmed, Sumugan Sivanesan Recorded in June 2020, Queer Bangladesh presents a conversation with three prominent activists based in Dhaka; Little Boxes, Rajani Raoja and Anirban Ahmed. The conversation spans the recent and lesser known histories of LGBTI people in Bangladesh who are marginalised and persecuted by conservative […]Read more "AAA Radio: Queer Bangladesh"
“It’s about the space” by Howl Yuan Pathway: Displaced — Sleeping in between Tehching Hsieh and On Kawara, but at home — In Virtual Return We (can’t) Dehaunt — A New Experience of Love 2020, for obvious reasons, is very unusual for many of us. International travel has been frozen, globalization shown to have been […]Read more "Screening pathway: It’s about the space"
29 November 2020, 12.00-1.30pm (London time) Sign-up: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/habits-of-burrowing-timekeeping-and-other-lessons-from-anthills-tickets-127609333953 This workshop by artist Zarina Muhammad is an invitation to reflect on the ways we might have re-established notions of habitat, routine, safety, belonging and isolation, alongside ways we have marked and measured time in the last 365 days. What new habits have been cultivated? What kind […]Read more "Habits of burrowing, timekeeping and other lessons from anthills, water snakes and kitchen tigers"