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In Dialogue with Amanda Heng and Jason Wee
Join us for a discussion between artist Amanda Heng, and artist, writer and curator Jason Wee on the occasion of STPI’s group exhibition The Lines Fall Where They May curated by Wee. The Lines Fall Where They May is on mark-making and the delicate, faint signs of nonhuman life and environments.

This session will take Heng’s residency at STPI as a starting point, where she collaborated with 12 individuals from STPI to create her eventual print works. In a manner that resonated deeply with her renowned oeuvre, the artist allowed for the stories and experiences of these individuals to take the centre stage, with a treasured object or heirloom as a catalyst for this sharing. The speakers will further touch on Heng’s use of conversations and dialogue as the material of her artistic practice, and on what it means to work with the intangible, where such material often end up not getting documented at all.

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Dec 4, 2021 03:00 PM in Singapore

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Amanda Heng
Amanda Heng has been a full-time art practitioner since the late 1980s. Adopting an interdisciplinary approach to her art practice, she deals with clashing of eastern and western values, traditions and gender roles in the context of a multi-cultural and fast-changing society of Singapore. Recently she expended her study in identity politics addressing issues of history, memory, communication and human relationships in urban condition and the changes and its impact on the body and life.
Jason Wee
Guest Curator
Jason Wee is an artist and a writer working between art, architecture, poetry and photography. His art practice contends with sources of singular authority in favour of polyphony and difference. His art is recently seen in the 2019 Singapore Biennale, the 2020 Asia Society Triennial, and is upcoming at Para Site Hong Kong, Other Futures Festival Amsterdam and the Kochi-Muziris Biennale.