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KUA02: Displacement explores the displaced ecology from the
transnational perspective.

The publication's design draws inspiration from cartography, mapping out interconnected transportation routes of human-made and biomasses, namely plastic, animals, toxins, or art objects, that serve human-centric purposes. The book compiles essays, interviews, research materials of artworks, and poetry from contributors who have connections to multiple homelands.

When a displaced subject is placed back into its rightful context, does it cure the displacement? And what or who’s system guides this process? The curated publication asks: if constant movement is the natural order, how does diasporic experiences adding to the discourse of ecology?

KUA 跨 (crossing beyond) is a six-issue thematic publication project through the lens of transnational experiences. Born from the Asymmetry Curatorial Writing Fellowship at Chisenhale Gallery in 2021, each issue begings with a fiction story, followed by digital and printed contributions. Prioritising lived experience, the project aims to foster a space for dual identities and contemporise the diasporic discourse in the post-globalized era.

Size : 17x24cm
Page : 60
Year : 2023

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