Join us on a journey back in time to find out and explore the history of video installation art. This two-part series offers a fascinating look at the pivotal moments when video installation first emerged in the 1980s and 1990s, staged and recreated at the latest See Me, See You: Early Video Installation of Southeast Asia exhibition.
Through experimentation, these ten Southeast Asian Artists combined installation, performance, audience participation together with video, leading to a new form of art as a result of their interdisciplinary approach.
In its first installment, featuring works by Apinan Poshyananda (Thailand), Baharudin Mohd Arus (Malaysia), Chng Nai Wee (Singapore), Johnny Manahan (Philippines) and Jean Marie Syjuco (Philippines).
The second part, opening in October, will showcase works by Heri Dono (Indonesia), Hasnul Saidon (Malaysia), Ray Langenbach (Malaysia), Vincent Leow (Singapore) and Krisna Murti (Indonesia).