Creative Collaboration and Collectivity in the Asia Pacific Region
Free Public Lecture
Queen Victoria Gardens, St Kilda Rd, Melbourne VIC 3004
Following on from the opening of the 9th Asia Pacific Triennial (Brisbane), join curator Professor Natalie King in conversation with regional luminaries including Elia Nurvista (Indonesia), Ly Hoàng Ly (Vietnam), Mithu Sen (India) and Lyno Vuth (Cambodia) discussing the role of artistic collaboration and collectivity.
Co-hosted by Centre of Visual Art, Victorian College of the Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts and Music, University of Melbourne and Design & Creative Practice ECP, RMIT University.
Professor Natalie King, Enterprise Professorial Fellow
Professor Natalie King
Enterprise Professorial Fellow
Victorian College of the Arts
Natalie King is an Australian curator and arts leader with more than two decades experience in international contemporary art realising landmark projects in Italy, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and Vietnam. In 2017, she was Curator of Tracey Moffatt: My Horizon, Australian Pavilion at Venice Biennale, accompanied by a publication that she edited with Thames & Hudson. Recent projects include Chief Curator, Melbourne Biennial Lab: What happens now? with City of Melbourne at Melbourne Festival 2016; Conversations: Entang Wiharso & Sally Smart, National Gallery of Indonesia, Jakarta; Whisper in My Mask: TarraWarra Biennial 2014 and Episodes: 13th Dong Gang International Photo Festival, Korea. Natalie has curated exhibitions for the Singapore Art Museum; the National Museum of Art, Osaka; Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. She has conducted indepth interviews with Ai Wei Wei, Pussy Riot, Candice Breitz, Joseph Kosuth, Massimiliano Gioni, Carolyn ChristovBakargiev, Pipilotti Rist, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Bill Henson, Jitish Kallat, Hou Hanru and Cai GuoQiang amongst others. She is widely published in arts media including Flash Art International, Art and Australia and the ABC. She is a Member of the International Association of Art Critics, Paris.