London | Asia-Art-Activism event
Asia-Art-Activism Research Network organises in London FLOW - 3 days of events, performances, talks, and screenings from 4-6 October.
FLOW is a 3 day series of events, performances, talks, and screenings, initiated by Erika Tan in association with Researchers-in-Residence Bettina Fung & Ada Hao, Founding Member Annie Jael Kwan and with the participation, input and support of the AAA network, Iniva, Live Art Development Agency and Alex and Rhian from Raven Row.
56 Artillery Lane, London E1 7LS
/// Thursday 4th October, 5.30 to 8.30pm ///
/// Friday 5th October. 5.30 to 8.30pm ///
/// Saturday 6th October. 1:00 to 5:00pm ///
Asia-Art-Activism Research Network is a cross-disciplinary and intergenerational network of artists, curators and academics investigating ‘Asia’, ‘art’ and ‘activism’ in the UK through research, dialogue, practice and collective work. In July we were given a years residency at Raven Row. 3 Months on, we shall be opening up our work, collective and otherwise to the public and our wider network. Come and meet us, join in, or just see what we are up to!
We seek to open up a conversation around ‘Asia’ as a contested paradigm, including its diasporas, migrant and resident communities, to attend to lesser known narratives of Asian artists and activists in the UK, especially that of Southeast Asian communities.
We aim to question Asian/Southeast Asian invisibility within institutional narratives of British art and politics and to gain a greater understanding of alliances built with other artistic and civic movements including the Black Arts Movement.