||The Art of Conflict: Video Works from the Asia Society Museum Collection|
24 August 2017 – 08 October 2017
Mon to Fri: 10am – 5pm
Sat: 12 – 5pm
*Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays
School of Art, Design and Media
Nanyang Technological University
81 Nanyang Drive
|Free Admission |
Dear Faculty Members, Students and Staff,
You are cordially invited to the Opening Reception of The Art of Conflict: Video Works from the Asia Society Museum Collection on 24 August 2017 at 6.30pm.
Details of the sessions are as follows:
Title: The Art of Conflict: Video Works from the Asia Society Museum Collection
Date: Thursday, 24 August 2017
Time: 6.30pm – 9.00pm
Venue: ADM Gallery 1 and 2
Address: Nanyang Technological University, School of Art, Design and Media, 81 Nanyang Drive, Singapore 637458
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More details about the event can be found in the attached poster below.
Investigating the social, geographical and political dimensions of conflict, the exhibition features contemporary artists whose works address and reflect on the tensions that emerge from societal ruptures, ranging from urban disruptions to violence and war.
Showcasing artistic responses to some of the most contentious crises in the past decade by artists from China, India, Indonesia, Iran, Korea, Japan and Pakistan, The Art of Conflict highlights how video has increasingly become a critical medium in portraying the immediacies and complexities of confrontational issues, both past and present.
In times of conflict, art can provide renewed perspectives that may incite meaningful change and transformation. Through diverse strategies of art-making that concurrently engage with the other themes of gender, history and memory, the artists in the exhibition also highlight the potential of art-making as acts of creative activism and resistance that explore how and why conflicts affect society and humanity, as well as their consequences.
The Art of Conflict: Video Works from the Asia Society Museum Collection is organised by the Asia Society Museum, New York, drawing from the Asia Society Museum Collection.
Shiva Ahmadi (Iran) |Makoto Aida (Japan) | Chim↑Pom (Japan) | Shilpa Gupta (India) | Minouk Lim (Korea) | Lin Yilin (China) | Nalini Malini (India) | Rashid Rana (Pakistan) | Song Dong (China) | Tromarama (Indonesia) | Zhang Peili (China)
About the Asia Society Museum
Asia Society Museum has earned international acclaim for organising landmark exhibitions and publishing scholarly catalogues in the fields of traditional, modern, and contemporary Asian and Asian American art. The Asia Society Museum Collection comprises a traditional art collection, including the initial masterpiece quality bequests of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller 3rd, and a growing modern and contemporary collection featuring significant works of video, animation, photography, painting, works on paper, and new media art by artists from Asia and the Americas.