- Organizer: A/P/A Institute at NYU
- Venue: Online event
Curators, scholars, and researchers Liisa-Ravna Finbog, Biung Ismahasan, Việt Lê, and Annie Jael Kwan discuss their work on the Sámi Pavilion and (People of Remarkable Talents) PORT Perak Pera + Flora + Fauna at the 59th Venice Biennale. The panelists will discuss Trans-Indigenous art practices, global networks, and “invisible” archives that sit outside the value system of the colonial archive. John Tain chairs this panel, which will also explore the themes of community, care, healing, and relationships to the environment.
The virtual panel will stream live from PORT Perak Pera + Flora + Fauna at the Archivi della Misericordia in Venice and is a part of the Global Asia/Pacific Art Exchange (GAX).
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GAX 2022 Venice is sponsored by the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU in collaboration with NICHE – The New Institute’s Centre for Environmental Humanities at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. This program is a part of the Decolonizing Curatorial and Museum Studies and Public Humanities Project and is supported by the Terra Foundation for American Art. Additional funding comes from the Rutgers Global Virtual Exchange Course Development Grant and Rutgers University-Newark Chancellor’s Impact Seed Grant. Special thanks to PORT Perak, Archivi della Misericordia, and Annie Jael Kwan.
Image: Projek Rabak in collaboration with Kampung Ras.