2016 07/07 - 2016 09/04

CO - TEMPORARY #2 overview : OCAC X Sa Sa Art Projects

Firstly, the concept of  CO – TEMPORARY is regarded as temporary co-creation by the process of discussion with OCAC members, art project cooperation, Artist-in Residence exchange/transit, workshops and etc. The second part will be conducted through a forum discussing about the long-term concerns for Southeast Asian art scene. OCAC invite six essential art spaces from Indonesia, Cambodia, Singapore, Malaysia, which includes artist residency organizations, galleries and artist-based spaces.

 

CO – TEMPORARY #2 we invited Dara Kong to live,  work and network in Taipei for the CO—TEMPORARY: Southeast Asia - Taiwan Forum and Exchange Program on Arts and Culture program. Dara Kong was also invited to represent Sa Sa Art Projectsas the speakers for a discussion forum from 9 to 10 July 2016.

 

Art Space:OCAC X Sa Sa Art Projects(Combodia

 

Artist:Dara Kong

 

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