Inspiration #1: Laboratoire Agit’Art, El Hadji Sy & Aisha Dème

Saturday 30 March

2:00-3:30pm

ART BASEL CONVERSATIONS: ARTISTS AS CHANGEMAKERS – COMMUNITY WORK IS A GENERATIVE PRACTICE

Organized in conjunction with Art Basel Hong Kong, this discussion seeks to examine how artists develop community-focused projects and initiatives that use their skills and relationships as creative practitioners to address the needs of their communities. How can artists contribute to the social fabric of the societies they are a part of, and what does it take to make a difference in the lives of others?

Panelists: Taeyoon Choi, Martha Atienza, Tozer Pak Sheung Chuen and Cherry Chan

Moderated by Chantal Wong

Martha Atienza is a Dutch Filipino video artist exploring the format’s ability to document and question issues related to the environment, community, and development.

Taeyoon Choi is an artist, educator and organizer who explores the poetics of science, society, and human relations. As an artist, he works with technology and drawing, oftentimes in collaboration with fellow artists and the disability community.

Tozer Pak Sheung Chuen (visual artist) and Cherry Chan (cultural producer and chairperson of Renaissance Foundation Hong Kong) are co-founders of HASS Lab, a collective of artists and producers dedicated to advocating art and artist thinking as a new way of understanding and valuing society.

Chantal Wong combines contemporary art and education to build communities and create impact. She is Convenor for AFIELD and a Global Fellow with Ford Foundation.

This talk will be conducted in English, with simultaneous interpretation available in Cantonese and Mandarin.

Location: Art Basel Hong Kong, Auditorium, N101B, Level 1, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre

 

For more information, click here.

UBS’s “Collecting Works” series x AFIELD

Saturday 30 March

2:00-3:30pm

ART BASEL CONVERSATIONS: ARTISTS AS CHANGEMAKERS – COMMUNITY WORK IS A GENERATIVE PRACTICE

Organized in conjunction with Art Basel Hong Kong, this discussion seeks to examine how artists develop community-focused projects and initiatives that use their skills and relationships as creative practitioners to address the needs of their communities. How can artists contribute to the social fabric of the societies they are a part of, and what does it take to make a difference in the lives of others?

Panelists: Taeyoon Choi, Martha Atienza, Tozer Pak Sheung Chuen and Cherry Chan

Moderated by Chantal Wong

Martha Atienza is a Dutch Filipino video artist exploring the format’s ability to document and question issues related to the environment, community, and development.

Taeyoon Choi is an artist, educator and organizer who explores the poetics of science, society, and human relations. As an artist, he works with technology and drawing, oftentimes in collaboration with fellow artists and the disability community.

Tozer Pak Sheung Chuen (visual artist) and Cherry Chan (cultural producer and chairperson of Renaissance Foundation Hong Kong) are co-founders of HASS Lab, a collective of artists and producers dedicated to advocating art and artist thinking as a new way of understanding and valuing society.

Chantal Wong combines contemporary art and education to build communities and create impact. She is Convenor for AFIELD and a Global Fellow with Ford Foundation.

This talk will be conducted in English, with simultaneous interpretation available in Cantonese and Mandarin.

Location: Art Basel Hong Kong, Auditorium, N101B, Level 1, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre

 

For more information, click here.

AFIELD Transitional Justice Grant

Saturday 30 March

2:00-3:30pm

ART BASEL CONVERSATIONS: ARTISTS AS CHANGEMAKERS – COMMUNITY WORK IS A GENERATIVE PRACTICE

Organized in conjunction with Art Basel Hong Kong, this discussion seeks to examine how artists develop community-focused projects and initiatives that use their skills and relationships as creative practitioners to address the needs of their communities. How can artists contribute to the social fabric of the societies they are a part of, and what does it take to make a difference in the lives of others?

Panelists: Taeyoon Choi, Martha Atienza, Tozer Pak Sheung Chuen and Cherry Chan

Moderated by Chantal Wong

Martha Atienza is a Dutch Filipino video artist exploring the format’s ability to document and question issues related to the environment, community, and development.

Taeyoon Choi is an artist, educator and organizer who explores the poetics of science, society, and human relations. As an artist, he works with technology and drawing, oftentimes in collaboration with fellow artists and the disability community.

Tozer Pak Sheung Chuen (visual artist) and Cherry Chan (cultural producer and chairperson of Renaissance Foundation Hong Kong) are co-founders of HASS Lab, a collective of artists and producers dedicated to advocating art and artist thinking as a new way of understanding and valuing society.

Chantal Wong combines contemporary art and education to build communities and create impact. She is Convenor for AFIELD and a Global Fellow with Ford Foundation.

This talk will be conducted in English, with simultaneous interpretation available in Cantonese and Mandarin.

Location: Art Basel Hong Kong, Auditorium, N101B, Level 1, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre

 

For more information, click here.

La Clef x DOC! x AFIELD present Berbu by Sevinaz Evdike

Saturday 30 March

2:00-3:30pm

ART BASEL CONVERSATIONS: ARTISTS AS CHANGEMAKERS – COMMUNITY WORK IS A GENERATIVE PRACTICE

Organized in conjunction with Art Basel Hong Kong, this discussion seeks to examine how artists develop community-focused projects and initiatives that use their skills and relationships as creative practitioners to address the needs of their communities. How can artists contribute to the social fabric of the societies they are a part of, and what does it take to make a difference in the lives of others?

Panelists: Taeyoon Choi, Martha Atienza, Tozer Pak Sheung Chuen and Cherry Chan

Moderated by Chantal Wong

Martha Atienza is a Dutch Filipino video artist exploring the format’s ability to document and question issues related to the environment, community, and development.

Taeyoon Choi is an artist, educator and organizer who explores the poetics of science, society, and human relations. As an artist, he works with technology and drawing, oftentimes in collaboration with fellow artists and the disability community.

Tozer Pak Sheung Chuen (visual artist) and Cherry Chan (cultural producer and chairperson of Renaissance Foundation Hong Kong) are co-founders of HASS Lab, a collective of artists and producers dedicated to advocating art and artist thinking as a new way of understanding and valuing society.

Chantal Wong combines contemporary art and education to build communities and create impact. She is Convenor for AFIELD and a Global Fellow with Ford Foundation.

This talk will be conducted in English, with simultaneous interpretation available in Cantonese and Mandarin.

Location: Art Basel Hong Kong, Auditorium, N101B, Level 1, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre

 

For more information, click here.

Artists as Changemakers – Art Basel HK 2024

Saturday 30 March

2:00-3:30pm

ART BASEL CONVERSATIONS: ARTISTS AS CHANGEMAKERS – COMMUNITY WORK IS A GENERATIVE PRACTICE

Organized in conjunction with Art Basel Hong Kong, this discussion seeks to examine how artists develop community-focused projects and initiatives that use their skills and relationships as creative practitioners to address the needs of their communities. How can artists contribute to the social fabric of the societies they are a part of, and what does it take to make a difference in the lives of others?

Panelists: Taeyoon Choi, Martha Atienza, Tozer Pak Sheung Chuen and Cherry Chan

Moderated by Chantal Wong

Martha Atienza is a Dutch Filipino video artist exploring the format’s ability to document and question issues related to the environment, community, and development.

Taeyoon Choi is an artist, educator and organizer who explores the poetics of science, society, and human relations. As an artist, he works with technology and drawing, oftentimes in collaboration with fellow artists and the disability community.

Tozer Pak Sheung Chuen (visual artist) and Cherry Chan (cultural producer and chairperson of Renaissance Foundation Hong Kong) are co-founders of HASS Lab, a collective of artists and producers dedicated to advocating art and artist thinking as a new way of understanding and valuing society.

Chantal Wong combines contemporary art and education to build communities and create impact. She is Convenor for AFIELD and a Global Fellow with Ford Foundation.

This talk will be conducted in English, with simultaneous interpretation available in Cantonese and Mandarin.

Location: Art Basel Hong Kong, Auditorium, N101B, Level 1, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre

 

For more information, click here.

From precarity to interdependence

Conference: Together for ‘Navire Avenir’ with Sébastien Thierry

2023 Art Space Grant, a collaboration between KADIST and AFIELD

Conference: Together for ‘Navire Avenir’ with Sébastien Thierry

The AFIELD Network Announces 2023 Fellows

Together for ‘Navire Avenir’ conference with Sébastien Thiéry

Sandra Terdjman talk

Anga Art Collective part of ‘Very Small Feelings’ exhibition

Yasmeen Lari awarded the prestigious King Royal Gold Medal for Architecture

The Art of Social Transformation Tour in Chicago

Fellowship Announcement NEWS

AFIELD welcomes 3 new Fellows to it’s international network of cultural changemakers : choreographer Analida Galindo (Panama), designer Basel Nasr (Palestine) and architect Yasmeen Lari (Pakistan)

Filipa at pompidou announcement

Istanbul Biennale 2022

Samuel Riera

Fernando García-Dory

Party Office

Dayra

Ukraine – Artists at Risk

UKRAINE: Emergency resources for artists and cultural workers. Visit this website page by artistsatrisk.org

The Construction of Ableism – Text Announcement

Ableism Program

Zanele Muholi

Pio Abad

Screening at Cinéma du Réel

Kazakhstan