Jason Wee talk on Artist-Run Initiatives in Singapore
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1PROJECT TALK SERIES "Artist-Run Initiatives: The Past Ten Year in Singapore" with Jason Wee
Please join us at 1PROJECTS for our talk with artist curator Jason Wee from Singapore as he will share his experiences and recent developments in the Singapore art scene with respect to artist run spaces and initiatives.
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Jason Wee is an artist and a writer working between art, architecture, poetry and photography. His art practice contends with sources of singular authority in favour of polyphony and difference. He’s the author of two poetry collections "An Epic of Durable Departures" (2018) and "The Monsters Between Us"
(2013). "Edited SQ21: Singapore Queers in the 21st Century" (Math Paper Press), and "Boring Donkey Songs: Lee Wen 2012-2016" (Grey Projects). He founded and runs Grey Projects, an art library and residency. He is an editor for Softblow poetry journal.
He curated "Stories We Tell To Scare Ourselves With" at MOCA Taipei in 2019. In 2015, he curated Singapur Unheimlich at ifa galerie Berlin. Other curatorial projects include "Beyond LKY" (2010), "Useful Fictions" by Shubigi Rao (2013), "When You Get Closer To The Heart", "You May Find Cracks" by the Migrant Ecologies Project (NUS Museum, 2014). He was educated at the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program and Harvard University Graduate School of Design. His recent artworks can be seen at Richard Koh Fine Art in Kuala Lumpur.