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ASEF Mobility First!: Mobility Partner of Rai.D Collective Altered-in-Between Exhibition at the Ulaanbaatar International Media Art Festival

Mobility First! - ASEF Cultural Mobility Initiative 2019

Rai.D Collective is a group of Thai curators and cultural workers, carrying out exhibitions and other projects related to contemporary art which focus on socio-political and cultural issues.

‘Altered - in - Between’ is a research and art exhibition project based on the precarious situation of Patani or the Deep South region in Thailand. The project will focus on a collaborative platform between selected contemporary artists, musicians, performers, working together with the local art and socio-cultural practitioners in Patani. Through this collaborative process, the activity aims to showcase how common people attempt to 'voice out' uncer oppression and frustrated struggles with regards to inequality and migration issues.

 

Through Mobility First!, ASEF is supporting the mobility of 2 Asian curators to be involved in the research and exhibition process of the Altered-in-Between Exhibition at the Ulaanbaatar International Media Art Festival from 20 to 29 June 2019 in Ulanbaatar, Mongolia.

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