Tith Kanitha is known for her sculptures of steel wire that read like artifacts from some forgotten, ancient civilization, but she also stages performances and works in film.
Albert Samreth examines the fading legacy of New Khmer Architecture, which wanted to represent recently independent Cambodia as authentically Khmer, but also legibly modern.
Weng-Choy Lee, president of the Singapore section of the International Association of Art Critics, discusses the country’s complexities, the evils of capitalism, and the relevance of Foucault.
Art Stage Singapore’s tagline is “We Are Asia,” but the fair’s dream of representing all of Asia’s art is just that — a dream.
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — For far too long, and to this day, Southeast Asia has been aestheticized, largely by the French, as a means to advance the role of the colonizer.
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — The mapping and the drawing borders has been an especially violent and contested activity here for centuries.