Flying Circus Project 2013

Art Radar Asia interviews FCP artist couple, Tun Win Aung and Wah Nu – find out more in the Impact of FCP 2013!

Kaffe Matthews

Kaffe Matthews was born in Essex, England and lives and works in London. Since 1990 she has been making and performing new electro-acoustic music worldwide with a variety of things … Continue reading

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Keiko Sei

Keiko Sei is writer, curator and teacher on media art and media activism.Her most recent curatorial project is “Re-Designing the East”, which is touring through Stuttgart, Gdansk, Budapest and Seoul. … Continue reading

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Ko Tar

Dr. Thant Lwin Maung, known as Ko Tar, is a well-known writer and translator, an educational pioneer, orthopedic surgeon and activist for environmental issues. Together with a well-known Buddhist monk, … Continue reading

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Lin Htet

Lives and works in Paris/Myanmar. Nyan Lin Htet started making performance art works in early 2000s and later he joined the contemporary theatre group Annees Folles for intensive theatre training … Continue reading

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Lorène Tamain

Theatre of the disturbed is an independent performance ensemble based in Yangon, Myanmar. It was founded in 2005 by Burmese theatre/performance artist Nyan Lin Htet and French musician/ humanitarian worker Lorène Tamain … Continue reading

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Maija Hirvanen

Maija Hirvanen is a choreographer and performance maker based in Helsinki, Finland. In addition to her solo and group performances she has made collaborations and projects with other artists. Maija’s … Continue reading

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May Phue Thet

A young female artist, an assistant dressmaker. May Phu Thet appear in the Mandalay art scene with her experimentation on old derisively puppet in new embroidery sparkling dress. She was … Continue reading

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