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In[formal] Interchange - Performance Dialogue live on Youtube at YouTube live

March 11, 2018 all day
In[formal] Interchange Performance Dialogue LiveIn[formal] Interchange surveys a landscape of amalgamations filled with possibilities and playful disruptions through a series of performance dialogues online. These dialogues attempts to negotiate the physical and the digital frame by improvising, intervening and collaborating with South East Asian performance practitioners who grew up with an analogue childhood and digital adulthood. Interact the performances on Youtube live. Post comments or…See More
Mar 7, 2018
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Feb 26, 2018

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Performance Discipline
Performance Art, Spoken Words, Improvisation
Lim Paik Yin is an interdisciplinary artist working with photography, performance art and spoken words. Graduating with a B.A in Multimedia (Media Innovation and Management), her art education is supplemented through workshops organized by galleries, collectives and cultural institutions with bases in Malaysia.
Lim’s practice in theater transitioned to the visual arts through workshops organized by women’s rights groups and debut in the visual arts project, Scripted Bodies Art Exhibition in 2005. This group show use the human body as a visual motif to explore the various ideologies and political forces that shape attitudes towards the human bodies. This theme has been revisited in various forms.
She is currently a graduate student in Visual and Media Anthropology after 5 years working as a photo researcher at Corbis and Click Photos Malaysia. She recently been selected for The Curator Academy 2018 in Singapore, Angkor Photo Workshop 2016 with Antoine D’Agata and Sohrab Hura and was shortlisted for the Photo Kathmandu 2016 Mixed-Media Residency. Her photography works has exhibited in the South East Asian region, Spain and the Chennai Photo Biennale in India 2015.

“By using the presence of oneself and transforming everyday space through performance, I can view the self as a separate entity and thus intervene in my everyday routine creating a temporal opportunity to express what is unspoken or hidden.”

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