BLOG: Future Economies: Interview with Robin Peckham

Oct 23, 2013 9:59AM

The curatorial purview of Robin Peckham spans borders both real and virtual. Based in Hong Kong, the first physical setting for the curator and writer’s productions was a gallery located in a six-story office building in the city’s notoriously pricy Central district. Saamlung, during its two-year run, featured an eclectic mix of local and international artists responding to the space’s hyperreal surroundings. While the gallery’s operations have now ceased, Peckham has taken this opportunity to immerse himself in a number of new projects examining how shifting contexts affect the reception of images.


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