Ho Rui An is an artist and writer living between London and Singapore, working in the intersections of contemporary art, cinema, performance and theory. His practice involves constructing new situations around existing aesthetic objects, through which notions of transmission, community and incommensurability are negotiated.
The event will feature contributions from artists Ho Rui An, Saodat Ismailova, Yuki Kihara, and ruangrupa's Reza Afisina, among others.Read More Ocula Feature Liquid Ground at Para Site Seeks a Future Commons By Sarah Wei, Hong Kong
At Para Site in Hong Kong, the group exhibition Liquid Ground explores land reclamation and its impact on communities.Read More
Though at present the concept of 'media' is almost wholly equated with communication technologies, throughout the modern period this notion extended beyond the technological field, to include aesthetiRead More Related Press 'A Luxury We Cannot Afford' at Para Site, Hong Kong 20 November 2015, LEAP Magazine
Singaporean curator Qinyi Lim’s exhibition A Luxury We Cannot Afford begins by citing the attitude of Lee Kuan Yew towards art and culture: a frivolous waste of energy and resources better spent on industrialization and militarization. If this approach persisted until the creative industries were recognized as a cornerstone of...Read More