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Contesting colonial (hi)stories: (Post)colonial imaginings of South East Asia

Journal Article
Supartono, A., & Moschovi, A. (in press)
Contesting colonial (hi)stories: (Post)colonial imaginings of South East Asia. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, https://doi.org/10.1017/S0022463420000508
This article seeks to explore the impact of digital technologies upon the material, conceptual and ideological premises of the colonial archive in the digital era. This analys...

Cultural antinomies, creative complicities: Agan Harahap's digital hoaxes

Book Chapter
Moschovi, A., & Supartono, A. (2019)
Cultural antinomies, creative complicities: Agan Harahap's digital hoaxes. In H. Lewi, W. Smith, S. Cooke, & D. vom Lehn (Eds.), The Routledge International Handbook of New Digital Practices in Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums and Heritage Sites. , (227-240). London: Taylor & Francis (Routledge
The chapter explores how creative repurposing of networked photographs and online interactivity may open new channels and networks for the critical re-evaluation of mainstream...

A History Of Boys: The MES 56 And Beyond

Journal Article
Supartono, A. (2018)
A History Of Boys: The MES 56 And Beyond. DECK Journal of Photography, 1(1), 94-105
In 2017, DECK Art Photography Center in Singapore started a series of research-based exhibitions on contemporary Southeast Asian photography. For its inaugural exhibition of t...

From Singapore with Nature

Book Chapter
Supartono, A. (2018)
From Singapore with Nature
In 1819, when Stamford Raffles decided to turn the small fishing island at the Malacca strait into a trading port of British East India company, the future of Singapore was se...

From Singapore with Nature.

Exhibition / Performance
Supartono, A., Renhui, R. Z., Ang, S. N., Marvin, T., & Woong, S. T. From Singapore with Nature. 28 September 2018 - 27 January 2019

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Supartono, A., Renhui, R. Z., Ang, S. N., Marvin, T., & Woong, S. T. From Singapore with Nature. 28 September 2018 - 27 January 2019
In this year’s Thessaloniki PhotoBiennale 2018, the central exhibition entitled “Capitalist Realism“, which is structured in two large sections, at the Thessaloniki Museum of ...

One and Three Discs (after Kosuth)

Presentation / Conference
Holmes, P. (2018, September)
One and Three Discs (after Kosuth). Presented at Creative Legacies: Collaborative Practices for Digital Cultural Heritage
It is over 50 years since Joseph Kosuth’s conceptual work One and Three Chairs (1965) challenged its viewer to locate the “real” by choosing between an object & its visual or ...

The History of Boys, the MES 56 and Beyond: A survey of Contemporary Photography in Indonesia

Exhibition / Performance
Supartono, A. The History of Boys, the MES 56 and Beyond: A survey of Contemporary Photography in Indonesia. 17 March 2017 - 23 April 2017. (Unpublished)

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Supartono, A. The History of Boys, the MES 56 and Beyond: A survey of Contemporary Photography in Indonesia. 17 March 2017 - 23 April 2017. (Unpublished
This inaugural show of “Crossing SEA”, a series of research-based Southeast Asia photographic exhibitions, DECK presented one of the most successful and enduring photography c...

Re-examining the aims and context of Raffles' photographic practice

Book Chapter
Scott, A. (2017)
Re-examining the aims and context of Raffles' photographic practice. In Franki Raffles: Observing Women at Work, 15-23
No abstract available.

Chobi Mela IX

Exhibition / Performance
Cavers, C. Chobi Mela IX. Exhibited at Dhaka, Bangladesh. 3 February 2017 - 16 February 2017. (Unpublished)

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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...

Assam The Language of Tea: A familial re-purposing

Book
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...