projectglocal2012 is a cross cultural multi-locale art project that ushers conversation between "city" artists from Bangkok, HongKong, Manila and Singapore through a series of small talks and exhibits in the four cities. This project's main objective is to explore intersections of city living as habits, traditions and imagined realities at the time when boundaries of local and global becomes blurred by econo-airfares, the internet and other vehicles of physical, cerebral and social diaspora.
The project opened in July 2011. It was formally launched through a satellite exhibit+talk titled SMALL TALK: CONVERSATION OF CITIES at Tin-aw Gallery (www.tin-aw.com) in January 13, 2012. This is to be followed by another satellite exhibit+talk titled HABIT FORMING at Artinformal (www.artinformal.com) in May 31, 2012. Two major exhibit+public forum will be held at University of the Philippines' Jorge Vargas Museum (vargasmuseum.wordpress.com) in October 11 and Singapore Art Museum 8Q (www.singaporeartmuseum.sg) in November 16, 2012. 2013 activities will be discussed in October .
Financial assistance requested through Artiste Connect will be used for artworks' freight, insurance and tariff, exhibit installation materials, a portion of airfare and accommodation of project proponents for the two major activities, a portion of publication of projectglocal2012 book to be launched at least 6 months after the last major activity.
Dayang Yraola completed her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Philippine Studies with majors in Art Studies and Philippine Literature and a Certificate in Creative Writing from the University of the Philippines, Diliman. She pursued a Master of Arts Degree in Museum Studies also from the same university. She was Thomas Jefferson Foundation Fellow for Monticello (Va, USA) in 2002 and Singapore International Foundation Art Associate for The National Art Gallery, Singapore in 2010. She has independent practice as curator and art writer. And holds regular post as Projects/Collections Manager for U.P. Center for Ethnomusicology (Library, Archives & Instrumentarium). She is recipient of Asian Cultural Council Fellowship 2012 for her research in contemporary art in Southeast Asia.
Anton del Castillo (MNL)/ Black Baroque Committee (SG)/ Bundith Phunsombatlert (BKK)/ Choon Lin Joo (SG)/ Esther Yip Lai Man (HK)/ Francis Yu (HK)/ Irma Lacorte (MNL)/ Jaffa Lam (HK)/ Urich Lau (SG)/ Jason Wee (SG)/ Jittagarn Kaewtinkoy (BKK)/ Kwok Hin Tang (HK)/ Ling Nah Tang (SG)/ Lukas Tam Wai Ping (HK)/ Luke Ching (HK)/ Mark Salvatus (MNL)/ Michael Lee (SG)/ Mideo Cruz (MNL)/ Mimi Tecson (MNL)/ Preeyachanok Ketsuwan (BKK)/ Riel Hilario (MNL)/ Ruthairat Kumsrichan (BKK)/ Siu-Kee Ho (HK)/SongMing Ang (SG)/ Thosapol Boriboon (BKK)/ Vichaya Mukdamanee (BKK)/ Wantanee Siripattananuntaku (BKK)/ Warawut Tourawong (BKK)/ Wesley Valenzuela (MNL)
Anton del Castillo
Raised of ₱500,000.00 Goal
This project is now completed! Thanks for all the backers who made this project a reality!