A Studio of One’s Own Season 2 Finale: Episode 8 – Dinh Q. Lê

The final episode of A Studio of One’s Own premieres next Thursday!
Rounding up on a fantastic note in this 8th episode, we will be speaking to Dinh Q. Lê, a world-renowned Vietnamese American multimedia artist. Dinh Q. Lê, best known for his weaving fabrications, has exhibited internationally across many different countries. Many of his works centres around the concept of Memory and its interrelation to the Now.
A Studio of One’s Own is a series of online dialogue sessions that seek to reach out internationally to the quiet voices of Southeast Asia, catching up on their changing creative routines having been confined to their own home space. In casual conversation with DECK, the invited artists speak about their adaptation to the inevitable changing circumstances whilst sustaining their artistic practice.
With the second season of A Studio of One’s Own, led by guest curator John Tung, we continue to bring the community closer through another exciting series of conversations with 8 artists from Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.

A Studio of One’s Own Season 2: Episode 7 – Geraldine Kang

Catch Geraldine Kang on A Studio of One’s Own. Geraldine’s recent work focuses on using the photographs to talk about the living conditions of migrant labour in Singapore, and her other interests include family, mental health and land-space issues. Geraldine uses the act of photography as an introspective method, and wishes for her images to challenge and evoke questions. Her interests have most recently broadened to include situating photographs within an installation, and thinking about the architectural potentials of an exhibition site. Geraldine has also participated in several community-oriented projects.

A Studio of One’s Own is a series of online dialogue sessions that seek to reach out internationally to the quiet voices of Southeast Asia, catching up on their changing creative routines having been confined to their own home space. In casual conversation with DECK, the invited artists speak about their adaptation to the inevitable changing circumstances whilst sustaining their artistic practice.

With the second season of A Studio of One’s Own, led by guest curator John Tung, we continue to bring the community closer through another exciting series of conversations with 8 artists from Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.

A Studio of One’s Own Season 2: Episode 6 – Agan Harahap

Our next guest features Agan Harahap, a contemporary artist based in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Known for his intriguing and eye-catching photographs and drawing references from pop culture, Agan’s photographs intrigue his audiences with his playful imagery.

A Studio of One’s Own is a series of online dialogue sessions that seek to reach out internationally to the quiet voices of Southeast Asia, catching up on their changing creative routines having been confined to their own home space. In casual conversation with DECK, the invited artists speak about their adaptation to the inevitable changing circumstances whilst sustaining their artistic practice.

With the second season of A Studio of One’s Own, led by guest curator John Tung, we continue to bring the community closer through another exciting series of conversations with 8 artists from Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.

A Studio of One’s Own Season 2: Episode 5 – George Wong

Thank you to everyone who has tuned in to A Studio of One’s Own so far!
In our next episode, we feature George Wong, a Singaporean visual artist that is inspired by his daily encounters, and is intrigued by the absurd possible outcomes from overthinking. His diverse practice includes photography, print, film, books, performance and installation. He is currently exploring local topics such as the Singapore “kampung” spirit and the Singaporean education system.
A Studio of One’s Own is a series of online dialogue sessions that seek to reach out internationally to the quiet voices of Southeast Asia, catching up on their changing creative routines having been confined to their own home space. In casual conversation with DECK, the invited artists speak about their adaptation to the inevitable changing circumstances whilst sustaining their artistic practice.
With the second season of A Studio of One’s Own, led by guest curator John Tung, we continue to bring the community closer through another exciting series of conversations with 8 artists from Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.

A Studio of One’s Own Season 2: Episode 4 – Chow and Lin

 

 

A Studio of One’s Own premiers every other Thursday, 8PM, LIVE on DECK’s Facebook Page. In Episode 4, we are pleased to announce that the guest artists coming to join us in conversation would be none other than Chow and Lin.
Based in Beijing, China, Chow and Lin’s practice lies in their methodology of statistical, mathematical and computational techniques to address global issues since 2009. Through a typological photographic approach, Chow and Lin’s projects are driven by the discursive backgrounds in economics, public policy, media, and these are further augmented by enduring exchanges with specialists from those fields.
A Studio of One’s Own is a series of online dialogue sessions that seek to reach out internationally to the quiet voices of Southeast Asia, catching up on their changing creative routines having been confined to their own home space. In casual conversation with DECK, the invited artists speak about their adaptation to the inevitable changing circumstances whilst sustaining their artistic practice.
With the second season of A Studio of One’s Own, led by guest curator John Tung, we continue to bring the community closer through another exciting series of conversations with 8 artists from Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.

A Studio of One’s Own Season 2: Episode 3 – Sebastian Mary Tay

This week, A Studio of One’s Own continues with Episode 3, featuring guest Artist, Sebastian Mary Tay. Sebastian Is an interdisciplinary artist who graduated from The Glasgow School of Art with a Masters in Research and a Bachelor in Fine Art.
In the last five years, Sebastian exhibited in countries inclusive of the UK, Lithuania, Singapore, Malaysia, and China. Some shows include solo exhibition ‘Something Above; Somewhere Beyond’ at FOST Gallery (Singapore), ‘Nida International Photography Symposium 2018’, ‘The Society of Scottish Artists 121st Annual Exhibition’, ‘The Royal Scottish Academy Open Exhibition 2017’, and many more.

A Studio of One’s Own Season 2: Episode 2 – Lim Sokchanlina

Continuing the streak is none other than Lim Sokchanlina joining us in Episode 2!

Lim Sokchanlina is the founder and an active member of the art collective Stiev Selapak / Art Rebels (2007–) and co founder of exhibitions spaces – Sa Sa Art Gallery (2009 – 2010), SA SA BASSAC (2011–), as well as Sa Sa Art Projects (2010-­‐). He works across documentary and conceptual practices with photography, video, installation and performance. Using different strategies, he calls attention to a variety of social, political, geopolitical, cultural, economic and environmental changes in Cambodia in relation to the globe.

A Studio of One’s Own is a series of online dialogue sessions that seek to reach out internationally to the quiet voices of Southeast Asia, catching up on their changing creative routines having been confined to their own home space. In casual conversation with DECK, the invited artists speak about their adaptation to the inevitable changing circumstances whilst sustaining their artistic practice.

With the second season of A Studio of One’s Own, led by guest curator John Tung, we continue to bring the community closer through another exciting series of conversations with 8 artists from Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.

A Studio of One’s Own Season 2: Episode 1 – Manit Sriwanichpoom

 

Debuting the first episode of A Studio of One’s Own Season 2 is none other than Manit Sriwanichpoom, one of Thailand’s leading photographers, and renowned international contemporary artist.
Manit has exhibited worldwide from the Saatchi Gallery (London 2015), to the Centre Pompidou (Paris, 2010), The 6th Asia Pacific Triennial (Australia, 2009), Photoquai (Paris, 2007), Gwangju Biennale (Korea, 2006), the Venice Biennale (2003), Photo Espana (2001) and Bienal de Sao Paulo (1998). His solo shows include ‘Phenomena & Prophecies’ at the Singapore Art Museum (2010); ‘Lambs of God’ at the Centre for Contemporary Photography (Melbourne, Australia, 2008); ‘Bangkok in Pink’ at the Yokohama Museum of Art (2002) and ‘Man in Pink’ at Galerie VU’, Paris (2007).
A Studio of One’s Own is a series of online dialogue sessions that seek to reach out internationally to the quiet voices of Southeast Asia, catching up on their changing creative routines having been confined to their own home space. In casual conversation with DECK, the invited artists speak about their adaptation to the inevitable changing circumstances whilst sustaining their artistic practice.
With the second season of A Studio of One’s Own, led by guest curator John Tung, we continue to bring the community closer through another exciting series of conversations with 8 artists from Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.

A Studio of One’s Own: Episode 11 – Sherman Ong

In this episode, Sherman Ong shares his thoughts about art-making as a pilgrimage. We chat with him about spirituality and purpose in his artistic journey living and working across borders.

Listen to the Spotify Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/episode/6Th8sGJ44FCdfBADr0dRGx?si=qy0f5UfZT76G_ddcVD_JWg

Watch the Youtube Feed: https://youtu.be/Kelj7cUGqlQ

Sherman is a filmmaker, photographer and visual artist. His practice has always centred on the human condition and our relationships with others within the larger milieu.

A Studio of One’s Own is a series of weekly online dialogue sessions that seeks to reach out internationally to the quiet voices of Southeast Asia, catching up on their changing creative routines having been confined to their own home space. In casual conversation with DECK, the invited artists will share their thoughts on creativity and creation under lockdown and the impact of quarantine on their respective practices and involvement in the scene.