Eunice Lacaste is an emerging art practitioner based in Singapore. She was born in Manila in 1989 where she took her art studies at the University of the Philippines. Recently, Eunice completed her postgraduate degree in Asian Art History at Lasalle College of the Arts Singapore. Her practice ranges from writing, painting, to installation that includes the public. She is directed towards social engagement with the audience together with the communal space. Eunice contributes her writings to online platforms on Southeast Asian art and had conducted art projects in Singapore, South Korea, and the Philippines.
In post-colonial Southeast Asia, the constraint of politically-engaged artworks is not uncommon. One can see the spatial and temporal struggles through telling cases from the region: last July, Seven Decades was a retrospective of political prisoners’ narratives in and out of Myanmar that was aptly shown at the Pyinsa Rasa Art Space in the Secretariat […]