Anida Yoeu Ali is headed to Hong Kong on a Speaking Tour
Schedule of Events:
Wed. Sept 18, 2013*
1:45 – 2:30pm – Singapore International School of Hong Kong
Address: 2 Police School Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
(* only event not open to the public)
Wed. Sept 18, 2013
4:00-6:00 pm : City University of Hong Kong
Address: M5050, Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre,
City University of Hong Kong
Artist, Writer and Global Agitator Anida Yoeu Ali presents her talk and work in “Generation Return: Art & Justice Post-Genocide and Post-War-on-Terrorism.” Ms. Ali will discuss her works and ideas about contemporary justice and its residual effects on the Diaspora experience, inside and outside of Cambodia.
Presented by: Department of English, Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre, City University of Hong Kong
TEL +852 3442 8870
For more info contact email@example.com or visit City U’s website
Thursday, Sept 19, 2013
6:30pm-8:30pm: Karin Weber Gallery Artist Talk
Karin Weber Gallery
Address: Ground Floor, 20 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2544 5004, www.karinwebergallery.com
Transcending the Ordinary: Between Rural/Urban and Public/Private
Artist Talk with Anida Yoeu Ali
Anida Yoeu Ali will speak about her process and conceptual frameworks behind some of her most ambitious works created in Cambodia. From the use of religious aesthetics to durational public performances, her works push the performative moment into a public sphere often intervening and juxtaposing next to the private lives of ordinary Cambodians. With particular focus on issues of diasporic identity, Ali’s thematic interest in hybridity, transcendence, and otherness are approaches to mapping new political and spiritual landscapes.
Anida Yoeu Ali’s “Enter” series was recently exhibited at Karin Weber Gallery as part of “Site/Cambodia” in July 2013.
Anida Yoeu Ali is an artist and scholar whose works span performance, installation, video, poetry, public encounters, and political agitation. Utilizing an interdisciplinary approach to artmaking, her installation and performance works investigate the artistic, spiritual and political collisions of a hybrid transnational identity. She is a collaborative partner with Studio Revolt, an independent artist run media lab in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, where she currently resides. From the Faroe Islands to the Bronx, Copenhagen to Ho Chi Minh City, she lectures, exhibits and performs internationally. Her pioneering work with the critically acclaimed group “I Was Born With Two Tongues (1998-2003)” is archived with the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Program. Her artistic work has been the recipient of grants from the Rockefeller Foundation, Ford Foundation, and Center for Asian American Media. Her artworks have been exhibited in Chicago, NYC, Phnom Penh, Los Angeles, Siem Reap, Singapore, and most recently in Hong Kong at the Karin Weber Gallery. She earned her B.F.A. from University of Illinois and an M.F.A. from School of the Art Institute Chicago. For further details about her work and process, visit www.studio-revolt.com.