His works and Sa Sa Art Project + Cambodia Art Scene


Lim Sokchanlina
Base in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
www.limsokchanlina.com

Talk:
Lina will talk about some of his preview works, his recent travel and research about Cambodian Migrant Worker in Asia (A conversation). He will also talk briefly about his collective art space "Sa Sa Art Project" and Cambodia art scene.

Bio:
Lim Sokchanlina works across documentary and conceptual practices with photography, video, side specific installation and performance. Using different strategies, he calls attention to a variety of social, political, geopolitics, cultural, economic and environmental changes in Cambodia in relation to the globe.
Lim is a founding and active member of the artist collective Stiev Selapak / Art Rebels (2007- ), who co-founded Sa Sa Art Projects, a community-based, knowledge-sharing platform and experimental residency program (2010- ).


Sa Sa Art Project
Phnom Penh city, Cambodia
info@sasaart.info
www.sasaart.info

Sa Sa Art Projects is a Cambodian artist-run space dedicated to experimental and critical contemporary art practices. It was founded in 2010 by the Cambodian arts collective Stiev Selapak and operated from the historic and vibrant apartment complex known as the White Buildinguntil 2017, when the building was demolished for new development.
At its new location, Sa Sa Art Projects has shifted toward a stronger engagement with Cambodian young artists and art graduates while continuing to build a deeper dialogue with artists within Asia through its creative education programs, exhibitions, its signature Pisaot artist residency, and other special collaborative projects.
Sa Sa Art Projects is an experimental mechanism which addresses Cambodia's lack of infrastructure for contemporary art education and engagement by creating space for critical discussion. We believe that by not being bound to a rigid organisational structure, Sa Sa Art Projects is able to evolve organically to adapt to the changing context and needs of the communities with which we work.

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