Talks / Conferences


The Last Pine Tree | Kat Palasi
14 May 2013, 3:30PM
In line with the exhibit The Last Pine Tree This project is sponsored by the Prince Claus Fund for Culture and Development.


Fractured Lives, Coherent Selves | Prof. Clem Camposano
5 October 2011, 1PM
In line with the exhibits Address and Hong Kong Intervention

Exercise 001: Translation in Art Making | Sandra Palomar
14 September 2011, 1:00PM and 2:30PM
In line with the exhibit Flesh

Artists Talk | Sun Yuan and Peng Yu
31 August 2011, 4:00PM
In line with the exhibit Hong Kong Intervention

Artists Walk-through | Sandra Palomar and Nolet Soliven
31 August 2011, 3:00PM
In line with the exhibit Flesh

Artist Walk-through | Mark Salvatus
16 August 2011, 2:30PM
In line with the exhibit c_rafts

Artist Walk-through | Maria Taniguchi
27 April 2011 (Wednesday), 1 pm
In line with the exhibit Echo Studies



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