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Exhibition de(Tour) led by Jegan Vincent de Paul, PhD Candidate at the NTU Centre for Contemporay Art Singapore and the School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University

11 Sep 2015, Fri 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Block 43 Malan Road

Jegan Vincent de Paul will ground his presentation on his PhD research addressing the role of art in creating new understandings of today’s geopolitical events. As a specific example of a geopolitical event, he will focus on the new maritime ‘Silk Road’ which involves the extension of the Chinese energy infrastructure in the Indian Ocean littoral and the development of Sri Lanka’s Hambantota Port.

Jegan Vincent de Paul is currently a PhD candidate at the NTU CCA Singapore and a researcher with a background in architecture (University of Toronto) and visual studies (MIT). He is the co-founder of Counter where he produced projects for a number of artists and organisations such as Voices Beyond Walls, Nakba Archive, the MIT Museum, and the MIT School of Engineering.