Current Activities

Research Fellowship at St Paul St Gallery

A three-month residency program starts from March to May 2016 in Auckland, New Zealand. This would be the first milestone of a long-term project Ring of Fire – Geopolitical Turmoil in Pacific Rim. The site-specific project we would like to conduct during the program is The Flame of the Pacific.


Crossing Visions – Japanese Landscapes Seen from Outside

The third edition of the video screening series, features video works selected by the four co-curators of the “Roppongi Crossing 2016: My Body, Your Voice” that runs concurrently. The exhibition attempts to examine Japan from a diversity of perspectives, focusing on landscapes of Japan as seen by overseas artists. Link: MAM Screen 003

The Time is Out of Joint Exhibition

Participating on a group exhibition project curated by Tarek Abou El Fetouh in Sharjah, UAE. It is a continuation of the exhibition programme for Home Works 6, Beirut, in 2013. The exhibition takes place from March 12 – June 12, 2016. Link: The Time is Out of Joint.

Upcoming Activities

“You Must Make Your Death Public”

Taking part as one of contributors on the Curatorial Programme 2015-16 of de Appel arts centre, Amsterdam. This is an introspective project, which seeks to probe the notion of crisis in contemporary society and its institutions. With its inception in a specific moment of crisis, the project attempts to analyse power relations through an interrogation of the peculiar formulation of aesthetics, language and location. It will explore the ways in which the meanings, values and behaviours that a society produces and promotes through its cultural forms and practices, almost always privilege some groups at the expense of others. The exhibition takes place from April 23 – June 12, 2016. Curated by Jussi Koitela, Renée Mboya, Asep Topan. Link: De Appel Arts Centre.

Urban Play-Playing Data

Coincided with “Megacities Asia,” an exhibition of large-scale sculpture and installation by artists who live and work in Asian cities of more than ten million people. Our project will generate through exploration of neighborhoods near the Museum and collaboration with individuals living and working there, this performance is a new iteration of the series Urban Play, which addresses local spaces, groups, and issues that are neglected or taken for granted. The project in Boston will be the first time it comes to the US. Link: MFA Boston