Asia Foundation Highlights Anida Yoeu Ali in New Exhibition Challenging Patriarchy


The Asia Foundation highlighted IAS faculty member Anida Yoeu Ali as one of 11 female artists and filmmakers challenging patriarchy in a new exhibition titled “FRAME: How Asia Pacific Feminist Filmmakers and Artists Are Confronting Inequalities.” The exhibition opened Nov 27, 2018 at the Griffith Film School Gallery in Brisbane, Australia and ran on the eve of the 12th annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards.

Curated by Jane Sloane in collaboration with photographers Ariel and Sam Soto-Suver,  FRAME is an exhibition produced by The Asia Foundation as a platform to highlight, discuss and identify the strength of women as filmmakers and as characters and activists on screen, hoping to challenge the pervasive nature of the patriarchy. The exhibition highlights the following 11 artists/filmmakers from the Asia-Pacific region: Anida Yoeu Ali (Cambodia), Jan Chapman (Australia), Mattie Do (Laos), Erica Glynn (Australia), Van Ha (Vietnam), Rubaiyat Hossain (Bangladesh), Anocha Suwichakornpong (Thailand), Jan Chapman (Australia), Rubaiyat Hossain (Bangladesh) and Leena Yadav (India).