“Asian art research in Australia and New Zealand remains stubbornly diffuse. Specialists are often separated by institutional and disciplinary divides, as well as real (or perceived) geographic distances… Despite a rich tradition of Asian art scholarship here, distinct in significant ways from the field as it is practiced in Europe and North America, we still …
Genevieve Trail & Soo-Min Shim
Genevieve Trail is a doctoral candidate in the School of Culture and Communications at The University of Hong Kong. Her current research examines the contemporary art practice of Hong Kong in relation to conditions of precarity. Soo-Min Shim graduated from the University of Sydney with First Class Honours majoring in art history with a thesis on ceramicist Yee Sookyung as a case study on feminism(s) in Korean contemporary art. She is currently completing her PhD at the Centre for Art History and Theory at the Australian National University.
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