Moschovi, A., & Supartono, A. (2016, September). Contesting colonial (hi)stories: (Post)colonial imaginings of South East Asia. Paper presented at Association of Southeast Asian Studies UK (ASEASUK) Conference 2016
This paper seeks to explore the impact of digital technologies upon the material, conceptual and ideological premises of the colonial archive in the digital era. This analysis...
Supartono, A. (2015, April). Is There Such A Thing as Southeast Asian Photography?. Paper presented at Making Southeast Asian Cultures: From Region to World, UC Berkeley, CA, USA. (Unpublished)
The photography scene in Southeast Asia has developed regionally since the early days of the camera. The flourishing commercial photographic studios in the region (thanks to t...
Cavers, C. Chobi Mela IX. Exhibited at Dhaka, Bangladesh. 3 February 2017 - 16 February 2017. (Unpublished)
The Postcolonial Photo Studio exhibition, explores the interface of photography and colonial history by examining how photo studio concept and technique in the colonial era in...
Cavers, C. (2017). Assam The Language of Tea: A familial re-purposing. In IX Chobi Mela 2017ISBN 978-984-34-1915-6
Assam, the Language of Tea: A Familial Repurposing, by Colin Cavers, is a postcolonial investigation of his colonial past by revisiting his portrait of tea pluckers project in...
Cavers, C., & Supartono, A. (2015). Lost in Translation. Ojodepez, 43, 52-57
Supartono, A. (2014). After Image: Is there such a thing as Southeast Asian photography. In Afterimage: Contemporary Photography in Southeast Asia, 14-19. ISBN 9789810922177
After Image: is there such a thing as Southeast Asian photography?
Scott, A. (2017). Re-examining the aims and context of Raffles' photographic practice. In Franki Raffles: Observing Women at Work, 15-23
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Supartono, A. (2014). Colonial Machine: the Image of the Industry
Colonial machine: the image of the industry.
Supartono, A. (2013). Other Pictures: Vernacular (Hi)stories from the Photo Albums of Dutch Industrialists in Colonial Java
Other pictures: vernacular (Hi)stories from the photo albums of Dutch industrialists in Colonial Java.