Till We Meet Again IRL, Best Wishes, Asia-Art-Activism

29 October – 29 November 2020

Till We Meet Again IRL, Best Wishes, Asia-Art-Activism presents a digital programme curated with hopeful longing and through a process of emergent collective dreaming about how we might arise together through recent global anxieties due to the pandemic, worldwide political and civil unrest, and re-invent globalized and capitalist-driven relational structures that have proven dysfunctional and untenable.

‘Till We Meet Again IRL’ shares a programme of online exhibitions, performances, reading sessions, workshops, live conversations, audio broadcasts, and a collection of videos with four suggested screening pathways. Curated by Annie Jael Kwan, Arianna Mercado, Cuong Pham, Howl Yuan.

Featuring: Alfred Marasigan, Annie Jael Kwan, Arianna Mercado, Bettina Fung, Caro Gervay, Cuong Pham, Ghost & John, Howl Yuan, Joel Tan, Li Song, Lynn Lu, Maiko Jinushi, Mengting Zhuo, Mia Cabalfin, Minghe Hai, Nicholas Tee, Pei Chi Wu, Queer Bangladesh, Quek Jia Qi, Sam Reynolds, Sit Weng San, Songkun Wan, Thuy-Han Nguyen-Chi, Tzu-Yun Liang, Yanzhen Wu, Yarli Allison, Youngsook Choi.

The events can be viewed on our Events page of our website.

For more information visit https://tillwemeetagainirl.wordpress.com

The programme events can be also accessed here: https://linktr.ee/AsiaArtActivism

Read the press release here

About Asia-Art-Activism

Asia-Art-Activism (AAA) was launched in 2018 as a voluntary interdisciplinary, intergenerational and inter- sectional 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, and diasporic bodies was activated as both a performative and political gesture in London, a historical site of colonial institutions and traditional instruments of power. From August 2018 to December 2019, AAA has presented a series of performances, presentations, mini-residencies, workshops and other events as part of a programme that was aimed at complicating the imaginary of ‘Asia’ while nurturing questions related to collectivising and solidarity at the intersections of art and activism. www.asia-art-activism.net