Main Program | Blending In, Blending Out



 
27 Oct 2019 10:15 - 11:30
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
Indus. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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In our globalized world, love, work, curiosity and the quest for a better life mean we’re moving across borders, languages and cultures like never before. Our panelists have all called multiple places home – as children or as adults – and they join us to reflect on how living between spaces enriches our lives, and at what cost.

Di dunia kita yang terglobalisasi, cinta, pekerjaan, keingintahuan, dan keinginan untuk mendapat kehidupan yang lebih baik berarti kita bergerak melintasi batas, bahasa, dan budaya seperti yang tidak pernah terjadi sebelumnya. Panelis kami telah menganggap berbagai tempat sebagai rumah mereka – sebagai anak-anak atau sebagai orang dewasa – dan mereka bergabung dengan kita untuk merenungkan bagaimana hidup di antara ruang telah memperkaya kehidupan kita, dan apa konsekuensinya.

Featuring

Melati Suryodarmo

Melati Suryodarmo lives and works in Surakarta. She is an internationally renowned performance artist whose practice focuses on cultural, social and political aspects. Her performances feature elements of physical presence and visual …


Jonathan Miller

Jonathan Miller was born in Ireland, grew up in Southeast Asia, and is now based in Bangkok, Thailand. He has worked with the BBC, and covered revolutions, wars and natural disasters (and some …


Eunice Andrada

Eunice Andrada is a Filipina poet based between Parañaque, the Philippines and Sydney, Australia. Flood Damages (Giramondo Books, 2018) is her first collection of poetry. Her work has won the …


Adriaan van Dis

Adriaan Van Dis is an acclaimed Dutch novelist. Raised in a colonial family with colored roots in the Dutch Indies, he deals with themes of identity and war traumas. He …


Tara June Winch

Tara June Winch is an Australian (Wiradjuri) writer based in France. She explores ideas of Indigenous culture and language, belonging to landscape, and colonialism. She’s also written about ideas of …



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