“Home 2013” is an interactive ceramic art installation aims to celebrate Korean Expats in Australia by exploring their community-identity, migration and cultural shifts experiences whilst promoting the importance of culture and the places they call “home”.
"Home" commissioned by Korea Ceramic Foundation for The 7th Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale 2013 under the theme of Community-with me, with you, with us.
In September 2013, Medalta asked Vipoo Srivilasa to invite four leading artists from across Southeast Asia to work in Medalta's studios in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada, alongside our resident artists from across Canada and the United States.
Medicine Hat is in the Southeast corner of the province of Alberta ... SEXSE = Southeast by Southeast.
This video was made during 3 seeks residency at Medalta Artists in Residence, Alberta, Canada, September 2013.
This project is supported by the Victorian Government through Arts Victoria.
Thai-Na-Town – Little Oz 2012 is a project that celebrates Australia and Thailand’s diverse migrant populations by inviting people to create sculptural objects with the artist that represent what they miss about their home. This VDO show a workshop and conversation with Australian Alumni in Bangkok.
Thai Na Town - Little Oz is supported by Australian Government, Department of Foreign Affair and Trade through the Australia-Thailand Institute.
In 2011, a dozen ceramicists from around the Pacific Rim gathered at the University of Hawaii at Manoa for a four-week collaborative summer workshop, sharing techniques and cultures. They describe their experiences.