Cultural practitioners from all disciplines are invited to submit proposals for Asia Art Archive's fourth annual Open Platform programme. Held in association with Art Basel in Hong Kong, the programme is an integral part of AAA's endeavour to enable new thinking and critical dialogue around recent art in Asia.
A series of 'meetings without walls' will be hosted at AAA's discursive live events platform at a larger ABHK booth location from 24–26 March 2016. The programme enables researchers, curators, writers, artists, students, academics, and art organisations to leverage AAA's network in order to further ongoing projects, catalyse new ones, or simply make connections.
Discussion topics should reference AAA's research and programme interests with some flexibility. The Archive also welcomes contributions through an open call for material to enrich the AAA collection, a free and publicly accessible physical and digital resource aiding the study of recent art in Asia.Key Topics
archive, art and architecture, art and literature, art education, artist books, art writing, collaboration, commons, curatorial studies, digital documentation,exhibition histories, geographies, independent art spaces, keywords, oral history, patronage, pedagogy, performance art, periodicals, photography,politics, protest, public art, publics, sound art, vernacular
Applicants must submit a one-page proposal outlining the meeting topic and a list of 7–10 maximum participants, including individuals with whom you have personal contact, and up to three people you wish to reach with AAA's assistance. We will do our best to initiate a conversation with them.
Application deadline: 8 January 2016 (HK time)
E-mail proposal submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Successful applicants will be contacted via email mid-January, and full Open Platform programme details will be available on AAA's website in February 2016.
All participants must cover their own costs. Upon request, AAA can provide information on travel and accommodation in Hong Kong.
AAA is a Cultural Partner of Art Basel in Hong Kong for 2016.