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EMPOWERED: New Relations, Dynamics, and Strategies in Contemporary Asian Art Scene Today

LANGGENG art foundation Jalan Suryodingratan, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

ART|JOG|14 - IVAA Public Discussion Forum
EMPOWERED: New Relations, Dynamics, and Strategies in Contemporary Asian Art Scene Today

Minggu, 8 Juni 2014 | 10.00-17.00 WIB
Langgeng Art Foundation
Jalan Suryodiningratan No. 37, Yogyakarta

Pendaftaran diwajibkan | Terbuka untuk umum dan gratis
Kirim data diri ke melisa@ivaa-online.org atau info@artfairjogja.com
Pendaftaran dibuka sampai dengan 7 Juni 2014

Program Agenda:

Session I: New Strategies of Artist Initiative/Community Spaces:
Ise Parking Project, Malaysia
Malcolm Smith, Crack, Yogyakarta
Tuan Nguyen, Hanoi, Vietnam
Uji Hahan Handoko/Gintani Swastika, Ace House, Yogyakarta
Indieguerillas, Yogyakarta

Discussant: Mella Jaarsma, Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta

Moderator: Enin Supriyanto

Session II: Role of galleries and power relations of art scene
Josef Ng, Shanghai Gallery of Art
Amalia Wirjono, Gagosian Gallery, Jakarta

Moderator: Mia Maria

Concluding Session: Group Talk - Amalia Wirjono, Josef Ng, Enin Supriyanto, Mia Maria.

Moderator: Farah Wardani, IVAA

ART|JOG|14 - IVAA Public Discussion Forum
EMPOWERED: New Relations, Dynamics, and Strategies in Contemporary Asian Art Scene Today
ART|JOG|14, Langgeng Art Foundation, Yogyakarta, 8 June 2014

From the last 5 years or so, there have been a rapid change in the global visual art scene, particularly in Asia. Today, there are art exhibitions and art events in new spaces and hubs flourishing in many places . Major exhibitions are increasingly getting more colossal and contemporary visual art is getting the attention of global visual art scene with more ‘blockbuster’ programs, including the Biennales in major Asian countries, Singapore Art Stage, Art Basel in Hong Kong, and including ArtJOG as a part of the whole current ecosystem of the art world.

This brings out a more complex network of art infrastructure that in many ways affects the artists and art workers regarding how they work and orientation of art making today. It offers plenty of promises and prospects yet also becomes more obscure and fast-paced than before – while the art market, as glamorous as it may seem, remain an unsteady, uncertain source of support. The art society’s culture is no longer about having regular exhibitions and visiting your local galleries but also to be a part of the vast, growing regional network, with major art events that rely on momentum and festivities become the main hubs for increasing leverage in the arts, meaning more competition among every party involved in the art scene.

How should the art scene be mapped by its own practitioners, in terms of developing their own strategies and positions withing the infrastructure and creating their own trajectories? What roles should be defined or redefined in today’s art infrastructure apart from the usual artist-gallery-curator-collector power relations? What kind of new ways can the artists follow to cope with ever-changing social, professional and cultural enviroment while maintaing their profession as well as artistic stance? And more importantly, how do art events – big or small scale – can serve as both a sustainable career-making trajectory and a significant, relevant cultural event?

‘Empowered: New Relations, Structures, and Strategies in Contemporary Asian Art Scene Today’ is one-day public forum initiated by ArtJOG and Indonesian Visual Art Archive (IVAA), in conjunction with ArtJOG 6, which will be held in June 2014. The forum will invite a number of art practitioners within the Asian region to share their perspectives regarding the issues above, to provide more insights and relevant perspectives that can be fruitful for the new art public, particularly the recent younger generation of artists and creative communities that have become one of the main network of ArtJOG and IVAA.

Jalan Ireda, Gang Hiperkes, Dipowinatan, MG1/ 188 A-B,
Keparakan, Yogyakarta 55152, INDONESIA
P/F: +62 274 375262 | E: ivaa@ivaa-online.org

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