Promo menarik pada undian Data Sidney 2020 – 2021.
For our inaugural ARTSEA post, we are fortunate to show you a current seminar presented by Professor Adrian Vickers of the University of Sydney, that was a Visitor in the Institution of Culture Background and also Language in April 2021. The seminar was organized by New Mandala combined with the ANU Southeast Asia Institute, and occurred on 27 April, 2021 at the The Australian National College.
Teacher Vickers takes audiences on a trip via the under- and also untouched avenues of Southeast Asian history and also art history, speculating on the possibility of junctions in between countries and people, artforms and also ideological backgrounds, as well as makes a case for researchers to take a deeper dive into the modern-day art of the area and its enigmatic origins. Professor Vickers composed:
A Background of Ayutthaya: Siam in the Early Modern Globe
“As a chronicler looking into modern Southeast Eastern art, the field has presented me with 3 crucial issue areas: first, just how to track art background as the background of designs deriving from impacts; second of all, the background of modernism and its connection to modernity; thirdly, the inquiry of whether there is art that links Southeast Asia as an area. In addressing these issues, we are confronted with a collection of missing evidence as well as disjunctions that is indicative of the newness of the area. Some of these disjunctions are likewise connected to considerable historical breaks in the histories of different parts of the area. Solutions depend on two areas: empirical research calling for operate in archives throughout many continents and also in various languages; as well as an academic method that gauges interactions throughout the area in regards to inter-referencing.”