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Anida Yoeu Ali exhibits and performs an international year of loss with “In Memoriam: The Red Chador” in the US, Cambodia and Australia

Anida Yoeu Ali

Performance artist and IAS faculty member Anida Yoeu Ali began 2018 without her trademark sequined “red chador” one-of-kind costume. In her latest interview with Crosscut, Ali discussed the disappearance of her garment and her desire to memorialize the work and create anew despite the loss. Ali’s costume was last seen in Tel Aviv, Israel as checked in luggage in December 2017. Months later, the luggage containing the original costume was never found nor returned. Slated for an exhibition titled “Then and Now” in May 2018 at the Asian Arts Initiative in Philadelphia, Ali decided ...

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Ali, Murr, and Goldstein present work at Race & Pedagogy Conference

Anida Yoeu Ali at the conference

IAS faculty members Anida Yoeu Ali, Jed Murr, and David Goldstein presented their work at the quadrennial Race & Pedagogy Conference at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma.  Ali and Murr shared their perspectives on the purpose, advantages, and limits of public art in “Public Art and Expression on Our Campuses: Context, Content, and Controversy.”  Goldstein presented on his use of ...

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Anida Yoeu Ali exhibits in Two Major Taiwanese Cities

Buddhist Bug exhibit in Taiwan

IAS faculty member Anida Yoeu Ali exhibits in a new group show titled “South Wind Rises: Asia-Pacific Contemporary Art Exhibition” held at the Taipei historical landmark the National Taiwan Art Education Center. The exhibition opened July 3, 2018 and will run until September 9, 2018. On view from Ali’s Ali’s “The Buddhist Bug” project are ...

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Anida Yoeu Ali exhibits at MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum and is reviewed in Bangkok Post

Image from Bangkok News article

IAS faculty member Anida Yoeu Ali exhibits in a new group show titled “Diaspora: Exit, Exile, Exodus of Southeast Asia” curated by Loredana Pazzini-Paracciani. The group exhibition features artists from MAIIAM’s permanent collection who engage with historical or autobiographical accounts of the diaspora experience drawing particular attention to the act of crossing the permeable, geopolitical borders that punctuate Southeast Asia. The exhibition also received a review in the Bangkok Post article titled “The Invisible Borders.”

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Masahiro Sugano and Anida Yoeu Ali announced as exhibiting artists in the 2018 Gwangju Biennale

Ali and Sugano

IAS faculty members Masahiro Sugano and Anida Yoeu Ali have been selected as artists in the upcoming Gwangju Biennale. The artistic due will feature their Studio Revolt works on the deportation of Cambodian Americans as curated by prominent Thai curator Gridthiya Gaweewong, the artistic director of Bangkok’s Jim Thompson Art Center. Ali and Sugano’s video installation will be exhibited amongst a prestigious list of international artists including ...

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