2019 - 2020

Dr. Esther Joosa, Samantha, Kabul and Loster, Sliz and Kelvin, Mary Bernadette Lee and Tamimi Pohan, Kolown and SPED students

Gallery, Interactive


Facilitating collaborations between differently-abled artists across Southeast Asia, we presented the outputs at an exhibition with Uma Seminyak in Bali, Indonesia. Initiated by social enterprise Ketemu Project and partner CoCreation Workshop, the research and production was an inquiry into existing societal structures that limit people of different abilities, plus, the future of the creative economy and ideating tech-based solutions, such as a sound reactive prototype for the deaf with media artist Kolown.

Tulika Ahuja completed her curatorial residency with Ketemu Project in June 2019 and January 2020. View more.

Selected Press
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