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Norak Satya and Kwan
Norak Satya and Kwan.

សេរីភាពសិល្បៈនៅកម្ពុជា ៖ នៅពេលដែលការការពារតាមផ្លូវច្បាប់​មិនគ្រប់គ្រាន់

នៅខែកញ្ញា ឆ្នាំ២០២០ អាជ្ញាធរកម្ពុជា​បានចាប់ខ្លួន​អ្នកចម្រៀងរ៉ែបវ័យក្មេងពីររូប គឺ គា សុគន្ធ និង​ឡុង ពុទ្ធារ៉ា ទាក់ទងទៅនឹងពាក្យពេចន៍រំលេចនៅក្នុង​បទចម្រៀង ដីខ្មែរ​ របស់ពួកគេ​ ដែល​ចេញ​កាលពីខែមេសា ឆ្នាំ២០២០។ បទចម្រៀងនេះ​បានទាក់ទាញឱ្យមានការទស្សនារហូតដល់ជាង​ ២,២លានលើក​ អំឡុងពេល​៥ខែ​បន្ទាប់ពីការចេញផ្សាយ។ បទដីខ្មែរ នេះ​ជំរុញឱ្យយុវជនខ្មែរទាំងឡាយ​ក្រោក​ប្រឆាំងនឹង​ការគាបសង្កត់ ​អំពើពុករលួយ បោះបង់ចោលគ្រឿងស្រវឹង ហើយយកចិត្តទុកដាក់​លើបញ្ហាទឹកដី។ នៅក្នុង​បទចម្រៀងនេះ សុគន្ធរ៉ែបថា៖ «ខ្ញុំចាប់កំណើតកើតនៅលើដីកម្សត់ មានបេះដូងអព្យាក្រឹត​ ប្រឆាំងជាមួយនឹងជនក្បត់ វ៉ៃយកកេរដំណែល ក្រវែលអ្នកគាបសង្កត់ ជួយជាតិតាមសំឡេង ឱ្យគេឮតាមបទ។ ខ្ញុំអ្នកសៀមរាបរស់នៅលើដីប្រាសាទ មានឈាមវរ្ម័នក្លាហានមិនបាក់ស្បាត ឈរតំណាងទឹក តំណាងដី តំណាងសាសន៍ លើកទង់ជាតិកម្ពុជា ស្មើមេឃ ស្មើអាកាស។» ពាក្យពេចន៍របស់សុគន្ធ​ គឺពោរពេញ​ទៅដោយមនោសញ្ចេតនា ជាតិនិយម ជាពិសេសពេលដែលសិល្បកររូបនេះ​រម្លឹកដល់អ្នកស្ដាប់ថា ៖ «យើងបើអស់ដីគ្មានអ្វីនៅទៀតទេ…  សាសន៍មួយចំនួនកំពុងតែឈ្លានពាន ពេលដែលបាក់សាមគ្គីគេនឹងមកទន្ទ្រាន…» បើទោះបីជាបទចម្រៀងទាំងមូលមិនលើកយកពាក្យ «វៀតណាម» មកពណ៌នាក៏ដោយចុះ ក៏បញ្ហាទឹកដីដែលបានរំលេចនៅក្នុង​ចម្រៀងមួយបទ នេះ​ធ្វើ​ឱ្យអ្នកស្ដាប់​យល់បាន​ថា​ ជាការសំដៅទៅរក​បញ្ហា​ព្រំដែន​ដ៏រស៊ើបមួយ​​ជាមួយនឹង​ប្រទេស​វៀតណាម  ​​​   ទៅនឹងការចោទប្រកាន់ជាយូរយារណាស់មកហើយថា …

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Dalam Southeast Asia: At Home in the World

Alex Foo reviews the exhibition The Tailors and the Mannequins, featuring works by Singaporean artist Chen Cheng Mei and Cambodian artist You Khin. The exhibition is part of Dalam Southeast Asia, National Gallery Singapore’s new space that presents perspectives from territorial Southeast Asia, aiming to spotlight lesser-known narratives in the region. Midway through the journey …

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SEE WHAT SEE: SEA AT SGIFF 2021

In this edition of See What See, we review three films made by Southeast Asian directors and featuring Southeast Asia currently showing at the Singapore International Film Festival 2021 (SGIFF). SGIFF runs from 25 November to 5 December 2021 with over 100 films from more than 40 countries. Also check out Fiona Lee’s review of …

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OPEN CALL: Southeast Asian Arts Censorship Documentation

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Can the arts solve community issues in the region? The SEA*5 think so.

Can the creative society in Southeast Asia support each other in finding solutions to problems in our communities, powered by compassion and empathy? That’s one of the questions at the heart of the existence of Project SEA*5.  The group comprises five creative practitioners working across different local community contexts: community architect-urbanist Joanne Mun advocates for …

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ArtsEquator’s Hot List: March 2021

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Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Eisner Winner Erica Eng; Pinoy rap and Duterte

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Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Speaking up in the Philippines; the dance must go on

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Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: The future of The Projector; mask theatre Lakhon Khol

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Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Japanese ska in Saigon, experimental music in Yangon

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Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Digital pantomime, Myanmar artist charged with blasphemy

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