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Jakarta Biennale 2015

4 years ago JTeo 1
We are happy to be invited to participate in Jakarta Biennale 2015: Neither Forward Nor Back, and we are just back from spending 2 weeks there. Here are some images of our work, Jakarta Really Really Free Market, in Gudang Sarinah (the main JB2015 venue) and Marunda (low-cost housing community in North Jakarta). In Gudang Sarinah: In Read More

Recce Trip for Jakarta Biennale 2015

4 years ago JTeo 0
Post-Museum has been invited to participate in Jakarta Biennale 2015: “Neither Back Nor Forward: Acting in the Present” as one of the artists. We will be working with the community in Rumah Susun Marunda in Cilincing, Jakarta Utara, to create Jakarta Really Really Free Market. This will be the fifth in our RRFM Series, where we create the Read More

OutPost 25: Busan Biennale

7 years ago JTeo 0
We are part of Busan Biennale 2012 under Urban Square: Play with Biennale. It is taking place in Busan Museum of Art, from 23 Sep – 24 Nov. Read More

Enwezor on censorship

9 years ago JTeo 0
In his article Spring Rain, in Artforum Summer 2011, Okwui Enwezor writes about Ai Wei Wei, the Sharjah Biennale and the recent petitions against censorship. < http://www.artforum.com/inprint/id=28339 > “Variously authored by museums, disenchanted curators, artists, critics, and others, these petitions shared the easy illusion of the universal ideal of freedom of expression—willfully ignoring the fact that censorship Read More

Madra on censorship

9 years ago JTeo 0
In her blog Pluversum, Beral Madra posts her press release about the removal of Aidan Salakhova’s sculptures from Azerbaijan’s pavilion which she curated in the 54th Venice Biennale. < http://www.pluversum.blogspot.com/ > “Contemporary art production and its theoretical and critical context is being employed and exploited by the official power as well as by the private sector as Read More