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Asian Artwork Analysis Now: Postgraduate workshop

18 November 2022, 9am-5:10pm

​Zoom On-line Assembly/Seminar

Asian Artwork Analysis Now’s hosted by the Australasian Community for Asian Artwork (an4aa), a collegial group of Australian and New Zealand researchers who’ve come collectively to strengthen a way of scholarly group on this area. Consistent with an4aa’s goal to focus on the vitality and immediacy of Asian artwork analysis being undertaken by rising students, Asian Artwork Analysis Now showcases the work of current PhD graduates and present PhD college students from the Australian Nationwide College and College of Melbourne. As a seamless annual occasion organised by an4aa, future editions of the workshop might be expanded to characteristic the work of rising students from different places. The day-long workshop will foster an environment of supportive critique and generate larger cross-pollination and conversations throughout institutional boundaries, in addition to these of geography and temporality inside the area of Asian artwork historical past.
Convened by the Australasian Community for Asian Artwork (an4aa) along with Asian Artwork Analysis on the College of Melbourne (AAR) and Asia: Innovation and Transformation at Australian Nationwide College (AIT).

Keynote panel: Learning Asian artwork in Australia in 2022
9:00am-10:10am AEDT

Dr James Nguyen
James Nguyen is Việt settler in Narrm (Melbourne). His movies and collaborations assist him to make infinite discuss artwork. From the diasporic absurd to structural mischief, something, and every part is up for grabs.

James has a PhD on decolonising damaged languages at UNSW, an MFA on the cinematic physique on the College of Sydney, a Bachelor of Arts from the Nationwide Artwork College, a Bachelor of Pharmacy from Charles Sturt College and a collaborative fellowship at UnionDocs (Centre for Documentary Arts) NYC. He continues to current profitable and lacklustre exhibitions each regionally and internationally.

Dr Minerva Inwald
Minerva Inwald is a historian of contemporary China, with specific experience within the cultural historical past of the Mao period (1949–1976). Minerva acquired her PhD from the Division of Historical past at The College of Sydney in 2019 and is presently Judith Neilson Put up-doctoral Fellow in Modern Artwork at UNSW, Sydney. Her interdisciplinary analysis combines historic and artwork historic strategies, utilizing the visible arts as a lens to look at historic ideas of creativity and experience within the Individuals’s Republic of China. Minerva is the creator of the digital humanities mission Mao in A number of (, a instrument that enables customers to discover the connection between the visible arts and materials tradition within the Individuals’s Republic of China. She is co-author of the e book Floating Time: Chinese language Prints, 1954–2002 (Energy Publications, 2016) and co-curator of the exhibitions Provocations: Avant-Garde Artwork in China within the Eighties (Fisher Library, The College of Sydney, 2017–2018) and Floating Time: Chinese language Prints, 1954–2002 (College Artwork Gallery, The College of Sydney, Sydney, 2016).

Dr Elly Kent
Dr Elly Kent is the editor of New Mandala and Deputy Director of the Australian Nationwide College Indonesia Institute. She has labored as a researcher, author, translator, artist, trainer and intercultural skilled over 20 years in academia and the humanities in Indonesia and Australia. Elly is the creator of Artists and the Individuals: Ideologies of Indonesian Artwork (2022) NUS Press, and co-editor (with Virginia Hooker and Caroline Turner) of Dwelling Artwork: Indonesian Artists Interact Politics, Society and Historical past (2022) ANU Press. In 2023 she is going to be part of College of New South Wales as a Lecturer in Indonesian Research.

Artwork and historical past in Northeast Asia: (re)Viewing the previous
10:15am-11:30am AEDT

Fiona McConnell (College of Melbourne)
E-book’n’issues: Custom and Innovation within the Artwork of ‘Chaekgeori’ from Joseon Korea

​Maria Karageorge (College of Sydney)
Beauties For Export? Difficult Pictures of Girls in Reverse-Glass Work

​Darren Tanny Tan (Victorian School of the Arts)
By A Thousand Cuts: Wounding the Historic Picture

​Artwork Observe: Mobility, information, dialog
11:40am-12:55pm AEDT

Ryoko Kose (RMIT College)
Being Keepers

​Chris Berthelsen (College of Auckland)
The potential(s) of Tojisha-Kenkyu for producing new artistic observe?

​Thao Nguyen (RMIT College)
Activating Textile(s)

(re)Mapping Southeast Asia: Topographies, temporalities and translations
1:30pm-3:10pm AEDT

Bianca Winataputri (Monash College)
‘Resonance’ as artwork historic methodology

Aulia Yeru (College of New South Wales)
Rethreading Movement of Change of Cikapundung River​

Jennifer Yang (College of Sydney)
Intersections of the historic and the modern within the artwork of Tintin Wulia

Caitlin Hughes (College of Melbourne)
Views from the South: Re/Conditions in modern Makassar artwork

​Media and methodology: Interdisciplinary approaches to modern Asian artwork
3:20pm-5:10pm AEDT

Genevieve Path (College of Melbourne)
The paintings is a set of associated transactions: Structuralist Efficiency, Hong Kong, 1980-1989

​Lu Guan (RMIT College)
Change of Perceptions: On-line-Solely Asian Artwork Auctions

Hilal Ahmad Khan (Jamia Millia Islamia College)
South Asia: Visible Arts, Expertise, and its totally different expositions

​Nasibeh Ghasri Khouzzani (Australian Nationwide College)
The Dilemma of Self-Censorship: Modern Diasporic Iranian Artists



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