Shantanu Lodh & Manmeet Devgun, Hammam mein Hum sab Nangay hain, par ye hammam hain kahan?
Inti Guerrero's archival research on the Filipino experimental musician and composer José Maceda
The Unsettled Pleasures of Viewing: Exhibition as a Meeting Point Between Our Bodies and Artwork
Images as intimate, fragmented readings of exhibition experiences
Off the Shelf | A Seminar on Post-1945 Japanese art
Reiko Tomii situates 1960s Japanese art in the world history of modern and contemporary art
Interview with Duan Yingmei
The artist discusses the influences on her performance artwork, her interest in fairy tales, and her experiences studying with Marina Abramovic
Between Tragedy and Farce: Short Takes on the Performance Archive
Ontological and epistemological questions surrounding representational technologies in relation to performance archiving
How To Change The World Without Really Trying: Reflections On Performance Art Today
Applying lessons from performance art to help us respond to present anxieties
Interview with Reza "Asung" Afisina
The Indonesian artist discusses pain, the body, performance art, and the art scene in Indonesia
Interview with Chaw Ei Thein
The Burmese artist discusses art activism, performance art, a career spent living under a military junta, and the challenges of being an artist in exile
Off the Shelf | For Lack of a Live Audience: Researching Asian Performance Art at AAA
Nora Taylor highlights performance materials in the collection
Interview with Chen Jin
This summer, the longest running performance art festival in China, Open International Performance Art Festival, celebrated its 10th anniversary by hosting an eight-week long programme on an unprecedented scale...
Interview with Moe Satt
AAA’s Enoch Cheng speaks to Burmese performance artist Moe Satt about his background, performance art in Myanmar, his generation of artists and ‘Beyond Pressure’, the performance platform he initiated...
Interview with Varsha Nair
AAA spoke to artist Varsha Nair about her mixed background, her views on female artists, the art scene and the recent turmoils in Thailand and India...
Research Log | More than Parties, More than Drinks
A visit to the Macau Museum of Art for Inward Gazes 2008
Malaysia’s New People Power
Kathy Rowland, Co-Founder and Managing Editor of Kakiseni
Photologue | Platform
Images of an art project in Bangkok
Research Log | The 11th NIPAF Asian Performance Art Series 2006
Notes and images from the Nippon International Performance Art Festival