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Artists and Researchers in Residence Program 2013
Aim of the Residence Program

FAAM invites Asian artists, researchers and curators for an extended period of time in order to present various interactive programs. The program aims at deepening an understanding and interest in Asian art among the people of Fukuoka, enriching the local culture as well as FAAM becoming a major centre for exchanging ideas and aesthetics through art.

Artist in Residence Program
Asian artists are invited to engage in making artworks, workshops and exhibitions.

Researchers/ Curators in Residence Program
Researchers and curators of Asian modern and contemporary art are invited to research and investigate on the field of their interest. FAAM supports their research activities and organizes lectures for them.

■Charinthorn Rachurutchata [Thailand]
Born in 1982 and lives in Nonthaburi, Thailand
Stay: 15 May 2013 - 23 July 2013
Emerging artist known for her photos and video art depicting cartoons, costume dressing and other subculture themes. In Fukuoka, she will create two works focusing on Japanese traditions and international marriages between Thai women and Japanese men, and will also hold a photography workshop.
■Chen Sai Hua Kuan [Singapore]
Born in 1976 and lives in Singapore
Stay: 15 May 2013 - 23 July 2013
The artist creates installations and objects using everyday objects and will make sound installation such as "Sound of Earth."
He will also hold a workshop to create hi distinctive "space drawing" using different materials.

■Baasanjav Choijiljav [Mongolia]
Born in 1977 and lives in Ulaanbataar, Mongolia
Stay: 11 September 2013 - 19 Nobember 2013
The artist's work is based on traditional Mongolian art, expressed in a contemporary style.
He will create a work inspired by contemporary lives and activities and will hold a painting work shop.
■Sameer Tawde [India]
Born in 1978 and lives in Mumbai, India
Stay: 11 September 2013 - 19 November 2013
The artist's robot-like works draw on themes including mythos and science fiction.
In Fukuoka, he will create a robot that draw on local history and culture, and will hold a workshop in creating animation frames.
■Kim Hyunsook [Korea]
Born in 1958 and lives in Seoul, Korea
Stay: 10 January 2014 - 20 February 2014
Dr. Kim is a research professor at the art faculty of Duksung Women's University and will base her studies on the history and significance of the Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale. she will also a lecture on Korean art.
■Ni Kun [China]
Born in 1972 and lives in Chongqing, China
Stay: 10 February 2014 - 23 March 2014 
The researcher works as a freelance curator. In Fukuoka, he will research the concept of artist-run spaces in Asia and also hold a lecture on Chinese video art.
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