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    Thursday-Sunday, 3-6 November 2016

    Embedded South(s)

    Embedded South(s) is an online exhibition of moving images by 29 artists from South Asia, South East Asia, Latin America and Africa (short film, documentary and video art), screening worldwide from 3-6 November, 2016. This exhibition provides a window onto particular shared realities within an embedded south – such a context imbued with a set of attitudes and beliefs that integrally interweave, respond and cling to particular mutual experience and value

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    Thursday, 3 November, 2016

    Mythology

    The role and transformation of mythology, as an institutionalized form of spiritual guidance; as popularized contemporary phenomena; as a system of language constructed to signify meaning and value, exploring how creative visual vehicles utilize and reference historical narrative to speak about the complexities of contemporary life

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    Friday, 4 November, 2016

    Social Science and Collective Memory

    The artistic employment of social science methodologies in contemporary visual culture, exploring the diverse and often traumatic impact of colonial histories, racial formations and the consequence of ideology and armed conflict on the creation of collective memory and cultural archive

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    Saturday, 5 November, 2016

    Materiality

    The origin and history of use of material resource, considering the migration of raw materials and human ingenuity/labor and how they have become key components employed and questioned within artistic practice. The creative innovation of natural and man-made materials as local symbol and the origin and subsequent conflict in international trade of goods will also be explored

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    Sunday, 6 November, 2016

    Special Feature: Vietnam

    The role of an artist in building social conscience, exploring attitude and motivation of an artistic practice, via impact of socio-political contexts; exploring how these differences give rise to differing valuations of aesthetic, technique and meaning of artistic production in Vietnam

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3 – 6 November 2016

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Screenings follow the order as per below and start at 3 times specified hereunder

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