Public Programming


Asymmetry, 102a Albion Drive, London E8 4LY
12-3.00pm BST, 14.10.2022

We’re pleased to invite you to an Open Afternoon at Asymmetry HQ for a casual lunch and gathering. Our Fellows will be speaking about their projects and research in short presentations, followed by a conversation between our neighbour-in-resident Annie Jael Kwan, curator, researcher and member of Asia Art Activism and Asymmetry’s Deputy Director Michèle Ruo Yi Landolt – exploring both organisations’ missions and visions.

12pm onwards: Casual Lunch
1pm: Asymmetry Fellows presentations and coffee
2.15pm: Annie Jael Kwan, Asia Art Activism, in conversation with Michèle Ruo Yi Landolt, Deputy Director at Asymmetry

The event is open to everyone; friends, partners, practitioners, prospective Fellows, visitors of Frieze Art Fair, and anyone wanting to see our new HQ and learn more about our foundation.

Please register your attendance via EventBrite.

About Annie Jael Kwan

Based in London and working across Europe and Asia, Annie Jael Kwan is an independent curator and researcher whose exhibition-making, programming, publication and teaching practice is located at the intersection of contemporary art, art history and cultural activism, with interest in archives, histories, feminist, queer and alternative knowledges, collective practices, and solidarity. She is director of Something Human, a curatorial initiative that launched the pioneering Southeast Asia Performance Collection (SAPC) at the Live Art Development Agency in 2017. She co-leads Asia-Art-Activism, the interdisciplinary, intergenerational research network, and she is the instigating council member of Asia Forum that launched in 2022 at the Fondazione Querini Stampalia in Venice alongside the 59th Venice Biennale.