30 minute excerpt from the Phantom Limb Public Program:
Spectralities: The Immaterial Body in Art held on Tuesday 8 October.
With Phantom Limb artists Owen Leong and Shoufay Derz discussing their practices and the idea of embodiment, materiality and memory. The conversation was led by Dr Francis Maravillas from the Transforming Cultures Research Centre and FASS at UTS.
Dr Francis Maravillas is Associate Researcher at the Transforming Cultures Research Centre at the University of Technology, Sydney, where he also lectures in cultural studies. His research interests focus on contemporary art and visual culture in Asia and Australia, curatorial practice and international art exhibitions, socially engaged art and new media. His current research examines the role of food in contemporary Asian art; collaboration and community engagement in contemporary Asian and Pacific art; and art and the creative industries in Hong Kong.
10 September - 11 October 2013
Presented by Speculum Projects, an independent curatorial initiative.
This project is supported by Arts NSW’s NSW Artists’ Grant Scheme, a devolved funding program administered by the National Association of the Visual Arts on behalf of the NSW Government. Cyrus Tang's Unknown was developed during the Australia-Korea Reciprocal Residency in 2012, a partnership of Artspace, National Art Studio, Korea and Asialink. It is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia-Korea Foundation of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; The Imperative has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.