Through historical frameworks and personal anecdotes, Phnom Penh based curator Erin Gleeson explores the lack of place, until now, for contemporary art practices in and from Cambodia. Slides of artworks by Cambodia's eldest to youngest artists reveal new and culturally specific perspectives from a country too often defined by ancient temples and collective trauma. The exhibition 'Forever Until Now: Contemporary Art from Cambodia' curated by Erin Gleeson was held concurrently at 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, Hong Kong.

Forever Until Now: Contemporary Art from Cambodia, 18 February 2009