From 26-29 September 2016, the curatorial assistant of the project “Asian In/VISIBLE Station” by ZeroStation, Vietnam, Nguyen Hong Ngoc ( Ngoc Nau) will be representative for ZeroStation in the launching ceremony of the project Asian Culture Station in Chiengmai, Thailand. Like ZeroStation with its Asian In/VISIBLE project, The Asian Culture Station is the project that Chiangmai Art Conversation (CAC) co-organized with Asia Center, Japan Foundation. Two stations from Vietnam and Thailand will be combined with one more station in Yangon, Myanmar to be three Asian stations in Southeast Asia that open the new cultural and art dialogues to and within Asia this time
Besides participating to the launching ceremony of the project The Asian Culture Station, Ms. Ngoc Nau form Vietnam will also be guest speaker for The international symposium “Non-capital Cities as a Cultural Movement” that is organized by CAC
Time: on Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th, August 2016, 1 – 5 p.m.
Venue:Chiang Mai House of Photography that is organized by CAC – behind the Lanna Folklife Museum, Prapokklao Rd., Sriphum, Muang, Chiang Mai, Thailand
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About CAC ( Chiangmai Art Conversation)
CAC is a nonprofit artist-run initiative that was founded in Chiang Mai, Thailand in January 2013. Our main objective is to provide art information. In order to make this available, we are creating an online art system contains art map of art spaces, events, and other useful Chiang Mai art data. Our online efforts aim to reflect history and also predict the future of art scene in Chiang Mai through data bank. However, we do encourage and build physical connection and interaction in a form of various activities to further the growth of the art community and its public audience.
About Nguyen Hong Ngoc
Ngoc is an artist. Currently she is assistant curator, The Asian Invisible Station projects at Zerostation, Ho Chi Minh City. Born in 1989. She lives and works in Hochiminh city. Graduated from Vietnam fine art university in the year 2013 and was a Manager of San Art Labobratory program in the year 2013 – 2016. Her artworks appeared in Vietnam, Japan, Singapore, Korea, Canada, Cambodia, Lao, UK and France. Her recent group shows were Technophobe, The Factory Contemporary Arts Center, Hochiminh city (2016); Access Asia Festival, Montreal, Canada (2016); Siggraph Asia 2015, Kobe, Japan (2015); Spring Watching Pavilion, Void Gallery, Northern Ireland (2015); Art Together With The Town, Koganecho Bazaar, Japan (2015) Her latest solo show was The Land Of Energy, Vietnam Woman’s Museum, Hanoi city, Vietnam (2015).