How are you doing? Everything alright? How’s your family? Do you manage to enjoy the summer? Sorry for throwing up all these questions, I haven’t spoken to you for a long time and I just wanna check if everything with you is fine. This year is bumpy for everyone I suppose. Not sure for you, but I kind […]Read more “Hi dear,”
There have been some things that have on my mind lately: Will we ever be able to share food in a warm and darkly lit room on a cold and raining evening? When’s the next time our analogue laughter, analogue voices, are heard in the same room Will we ever share a post-exhibition/presentation/panel drink in […]Read more “There have been some things that have on my mind lately”
The Terminal is a 2004 American comedy-drama film co-produced and directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Hanks, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Stanley Tucci. The film is about an Eastern European man who becomes stuck in New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport terminal when he is denied entry into the United States and at the same […]Read more “From Arianna”
later that nighti held an atlas in my lapran my fingers across the whole worldand whisperedwhere does it hurt? it answeredeverywhereeverywhereeverywhere. ~excerpt from Warsan Shire, What They Did Yesterday Afternoon These lines from Warsan Shire’s poem echo in my mind, especially across the earlier months of 2020 where foreboding news came from every corner of […]Read more “Recurring thoughts, shifting sands”
We are still connected, though far apart. By our histories, stories, food, dreams, hopes… In 2018, Asia-Art-Activism (AAA) was launched as a voluntary interdisciplinary, intergenerational and intersectional network of practitioners, and invited to take up residence at Raven Row in London, alongside other collectives of marginalized communities. ‘Taking space’ as a group of Asian, migrant, […]Read more “Till We Meet Again IRL, Best Wishes, Asia-Art-Activism”
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