FIELD MEETING Take 4: Thinking Practice
Asia Contemporary Art Week's annual signature forum, FIELD MEETING Take 4: Thinking Practice is hosted at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Asia Society on November 11 and 12, 2016. With more than 30 artists and arts professionals based in the U.S, Asia, and beyond staging newly-conceived performances and lecture-performances, and generating lively discussions for an audience of 300 U.S.-based curators, scholars, and museum professionals, this two-day art forum emulates the experience of a studio visit on a larger, communal scale.
Providing an experimental and performative realm for creative individuals to embody their work through their own presence, FIELD MEETING transcends conventional educational symposia to showcase people and their ideas, research, and significant activities, whereby new materials, concepts, and projects are tested and considered collectively. The program facilitates meaningful exchanges while sparking lasting relationships between U.S.- and Asia-based artists, arts professionals, and organizations for future collaborations.
Curated by ACAW Director, Leeza Ahmady.
FIELD MEETING presenting artists and curators include:
Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou-Rahme (New York & Ramallah) / Amina Ahmed (New York, London, & Tehran) / Heba Y. Amin (Berlin & Cairo) / Xyza Cruz Bacani (Bambang & Hong Kong) / Stephanie Bailey (Athens, Hong Kong, & London) / Wafaa Bilal (Najaf & New York) / Mary Ellen Carroll (Houston & New York) / T-Yong Chung (Milan, Tae-Gu, & Venice) / Shezad Dawood (London) / Erin Gleeson (London & Phnom Penh) / Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige (Beirut) / Ho Rui An (Singapore) / Ho Tzu Nyen (Berlin & Singapore) / Chia-En Jao (Taipei) / Michael Joo (New York) / Mami Kataoka (Tokyo) / Anthony Lee (New York) / Loo Zihan (Singapore) / Jennifer Wen Ma (Beijing & New York) / Umashankar Manthravadi (Bangalore) / Yasmin Jahan Nupur (Dhaka) / Sarah Rifky (Boston & Cairo) / Mithu Sen (New Delhi) / Raha Raissnia (New York & Tehran) / Rashid Rana (Lahore) / Nora Razian (Beirut) / Jonas Staal (Amsterdam) / Ye Funa (Beijing) / among others.
Space is limited, registration required at field-meeting-thinking-practice.eventbrite.com
Asia Contemporary Art Week 2016
Expanding beyond its usual format to capture the momentous energy of the field, the 11th Edition of Asia Contemporary Art Week (ACAW) is a full season-long platform this fall, September 8-November 18. More than 200 artists are represented in cutting-edge exhibitions, performances, public programs, and other evening festivities across New York City, culminating in FIELD MEETING: Thinking Practice and other special events.