This publication traces the history of curation in Indonesia and Thailand, placing it within a broad framework of the emergence of contemporary art in Southeast Asia and the global interest in the art production of the region. It discusses the discourse and economies underlying this history by focusing on the practice of curators and probing it in the contexts of social agency and within the process of art worlds, alongside other creative ecologies, in which the curator of contemporary art gains relative independence.
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