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Kathy Rowland

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Weekly S.E.A Radar: Anti-Duterte’s protest art at SONA; Thai literature reaches English readers

ArtsEquator Radar features articles and posts about arts and culture in Southeast Asia, drawn from local and regional websites and publications – aggregated content from outside sources, so we are exposed to a multitude of voices in the region. Here’s a round-up of content from this week, scoured and sifted from a range of regional …

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Weekly S.E.A Radar: Civil rights workshop for Malaysian artists; calls to modernise Indonesian folklore for millennials

ArtsEquator Radar features articles and posts about arts and culture in Southeast Asia, drawn from local and regional websites and publications – aggregated content from outside sources, so we are exposed to a multitude of voices in the region. Here’s a round-up of content from this week, scoured and sifted from a range of regional …

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Weekly S.E.A. Radar: Hijabi rapper undeterred; Singapore’s Riotous drag queen; Isaan critic’s Manifesto

ArtsEquator Radar features articles and posts about arts and culture in Southeast Asia, drawn from local and regional websites and publications – aggregated content from outside sources, so we are exposed to a multitude of voices in the region. Here’s a round-up of content from this week, scoured and sifted from a range of regional …

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Migrant Ecologies Project: A Grain of Wheat Inside a Salt Water Crocodile

Wheat Grain World Dreams, the centre section from the artist’s book contains a map that includes some of our research questions around, for example, histories of 19th century cash crops and the crimes of the  British India Company; and the extension of China’s Belt and Road journey West.

Migrant Ecologies Project: A Grain of Wheat Inside a Salt Water Crocodile

After what seemed like a long walk in silence and darkness into the mountain we came to an almost mythological-looking door with the words ‘Fröhall’ – seed room – written upon it. This was the door of the original seed bank chamber, which was an initiative of the Nordic Genebank. Photo: Anna Laurent.

Migrant Ecologies Project: A Grain of Wheat Inside a Salt Water Crocodile

Zachary Chan and Muhammad Faisal Bin Husni in a ritual ‘wheat gleaning ceremony’ in Singapore. We requested permission from the spirits of the crocodile, the wheat and Panglima Ah Chong to take the grain of wheat to the mountain in Svalbard. A DVD of the performance was buried along with the artworks. Photo: Kee Ya Ting

Migrant Ecologies Project: A Grain of Wheat Inside a Salt Water Crocodile

The first known image of the crocodile, shot in 1887 at the mouth of the Serangoon River. Photo: Original photographer, owner and copyright unknown. Reproduced in Tan, Kevin, Y.L. Of Whales and Dinosaurs. The Story of Singapore’s Natural History Museum. National University of Singapore Press 2015 pp 42-43

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Weekly S.E.A. Radar: Galleries leave Art Fair Philippines; Khmer classical dance gets LGBTQ+ update

ArtsEquator Radar features articles and posts about arts and culture in Southeast Asia, drawn from local and regional websites and publications – aggregated content from outside sources, so we are exposed to a multitude of voices in the region. Here’s a round-up of content from this week, scoured and sifted from a range of regional …

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Weekly S.E.A. Radar: Vietnamese Cursed Image; Art SG pushed back to 2020; finding Kafka in Yangon

ArtsEquator Radar features articles and posts about arts and culture in Southeast Asia, drawn from local and regional websites and publications – aggregated content from outside sources, so we are exposed to a multitude of voices in the region. Here’s a round-up of content from this week, scoured and sifted from a range of regional …

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Weekly S.E.A. Radar: LGBT play in Makati City; Made in Vietnam stock footage; Cambodian musicians self censor

ArtsEquator Radar features articles and posts about arts and culture in Southeast Asia, drawn from local and regional websites and publications – aggregated content from outside sources, so we are exposed to a multitude of voices in the region. Here’s a round-up of content from this week, scoured and sifted from a range of regional …

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Weekly S.E.A. Radar: Cambodian ‘bug’ spreads to Kuala Lumpur; Myanmar activists sued for supporting jailed artists

ArtsEquator Radar features articles and posts about arts and culture in Southeast Asia, drawn from local and regional websites and publications – aggregated content from outside sources, so we are exposed to a multitude of voices in the region. Here’s a round-up of content from this week, scoured and sifted from a range of regional …

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Weekly S.E.A. Radar: Buku Fixi drops Malay right-wing author; cosplayers in Brunei; eating Thai curry for art

ArtsEquator Radar features articles and posts about arts and culture in Southeast Asia, drawn from local and regional websites and publications – aggregated content from outside sources, so we are exposed to a multitude of voices in the region. Here’s a round-up of content from this week, scoured and sifted from a range of regional …

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