As part of the Conducting Creative Research lecture series, please join the collectives ruangrupa and GUDSKUL for an online conversation on sharing, solidarities, collectivity, and the lumbung as method towards sustainability.
- Trained as an architect (B.Arch from Universitas Indonesia and M.Arch from Cranbrook Academy of Art), farid rakun
wears different hats, dependent on who is asking. A visiting lecturer
in the Architecture Department of Universitas Indonesia, he is also a
part of the artists’ collective ruangrupa, with whom he co-curated
TRANSaction: Sonsbeek 2016 in Arnhem, NL, and currently taking the
helmet as Artistic Direction for documenta fifteen (Kassel, 2022).
- Marcellina “Cella” Dwi Kencana Putri
is the manager of GUDSKUL. She studied International Relations and has a
post-graduate degree in Cultural Anthropology. Previously, she was a
producer in Studio Batu, a Yogyakarta-based collective and a serve as a
co-curator for OK. Pangan, Media Art Festival (2017), where she found
her main interest in food-related. She has never been able to resist
having a dessert after a meal, and finds cooking as a therapeutic way to
keep her sanity intact.
- Henry Heng Lu is a
curator, writer and artist. He is a co-founder of Call Again, a mobile
initiative/collective committed to creating space for contemporary
diasporic artistic practices. Presently, he is Executive
Director/Curator of Centre A: Vancouver International Centre for
Contemporary Asian Art (moderator).
- Melissa Karmen Lee is the Director of Education and Public Programs at the Vancouver Art Gallery. She is a social practice curator that has collaborated on a variety of different art practices in Hong Kong and Vancouver (moderator).
This lectured is supported by the Secretariat on Responsible Conduct of Research / Government of Canada, the research offices at OCAD U and Emily Carr University of Art + Design, and Centre A: Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art.