Based between Cambridge, MA and New York City, Daisy Nam is an independent curator and programmer. Her areas of focus and research include feminist practices across mediums of performance, film, video, sculpture, and installation.
Krit is a video and multimedia artist born in Thailand. He alternates his work between New York and Bangkok. He earned his BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2009 and his MFA from Columbia University in 2012.
A British artist with a multidisciplinary approach that encompasses performance, video, photography, painting, sculpture, and installation
A painter focusing on the concept of time and how history is a main instrument of change in the local urban setting
Kathmandu-based artist collective whose interdisciplinary practices are grounded in responding to the most pressing social-political issues in Nepal including mass migration and women’s rights
Known for her installations, sculptures and mixed media work that manifest social transformation, loss and historical memory.
A film and installation artist dealing with communities that are not known to a greater public and the importance of ritual in such groups
The collective makes contemporary art, edits books, curates exhibitions and stages situations following its self-declared imperative of “kinetic contemplation.”
An artist whose works tend to focus on philosophical topics and figures, controversial race and class issues, and historical conflicts in Asia
A dancer, performer and maker whose work deals with questions about identity including the inherent duality of the his physical form and an alter identity he calls “Void”