HO RUI AN is an artist and writer working in the intersections of contemporary art, cinema, performance and theory. In a practice that researches the questions of visuality across social, cultural and discursive contexts, he writes, talks and thinks around images, investigating their sites of emergence, transmission and disappearance. He is currently developing a body of work surrounding image economies in Singapore and Southeast Asia and has presented projects at Serpentine Galleries (London), Singapore Art Museum, LUMA/Westbau (Zürich) and Witte de With (Rotterdam). He is the Singapore desk editor for ArtAsiaPacific and has contributed to numerous catalogues and periodicals. In 2011, his first novel, Several Islands, was published by The Substation (Singapore).
He lives and works in London and Singapore.
have appeared in Daily Times, The Guardian, 234Next, Nigeria Village Square among others and his fiction has appeared in AfricanWriter, Sentinel Nigeria, Naijastories, Storytime and some international anthologies, notably AfroSF, the first PAN-African Science Fiction anthology. He is awaiting the publication of his collection of short stories and working on his first novel. AYODELE ARIGBABU Ayodele Arigbabu is a founding partner of Architects' Collaborative, an architectural practice based in Lagos, and also directs the
activities of the Dream Arts & Design Agency- a digital media company. He is a co-author of The Three Kobo Book (Evolution Media, 2004) and also authored A Fistful of Tales (DADA books, 2009). Ayo writes for film, theatre and comic books. He won the 2001 Liberty Bank Prize for short stories for his short story- ‘You Live to Die Once’. He writes on design and the environment for different magazines and newspapers LAGOS 2060 is now in a campaign to become Unglued.
Born and brought up in China, Julie O'Yang came to Europe in 1990s to study at the University of London. Then she read Japanese Language and Culture at the University of Leiden, Holland, and Tokyo, Japan. Her fiction, short fiction, poetry and articles have appeared in publications worldwide.
Her most recent title, Butterfly, a novel, has received praises from global audiences as well as international literary and art scene. Known for her unique literary voice both daring and challengingly contemporary, she is a forerunner and trendsetter of media reforms and 21st century indie publishing. website Butterfly, a novel. Print version on Amazon Butterfly, a novel. ebook version on Lelivro An interview with Julie O'Yang STUART RANKIN
Sigurjón Birgir Sigurðsson (born 27 August 1962), known as Sjón (/ˈʃoʊn/ shohn), is an Icelandic poet,novelist, and lyricist. His pen name (meaning "sight") is an abbreviation of his given name (Sigurjón). Sjón frequently collaborates with the singer Björk and has performed with The Sugarcubes as Johnny Triumph. His works have been translated into more than 25 languages.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sj%C3%B3n Sjón wrote The Blue Fox. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Blue_Fox_(novel) PAUL STAMETS Paul Stamets has written six books, all related to mushrooms. He constantly presents strong examples of mushrooms improving the health of people and our planet. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Stamets YOSHIAKI TAKAFUJI http://euro-japon.org/?author=1 Proper translation to follow...(Google translate used here)
Yoshiaki TAKAFUJI の紹介1980年代半ばから、芸術表現を通した文化活動を支える事業を始める。 そのキッカケとなったのは、80年代前半の欧州での学習・研修期間に得た芸術の自由さと多様性、そして社会性。それらが機能するための社会的なシステムへの数々の試みが継続的に行われている現場に触れたことにある。 Since the 1980s my company has supported cross-cultural activities that are based on artistic expression and social diversity. I have written for many magazines and newspapers. My latest project is a book called Discipline de Mayonnaise, created with Kenji Bertheau Suzuki.
書籍名：マヨネーズ・ディシプリン discipline de mayonnaise 著者：KENJI BERTHEAU SUZUKI、YOSHIAKI TAKAFUJI ページ数：84P（表紙込み） 販売価格：２，５００円＋消費税
Xu Xi, (originally named Xu Su Xi (许素细) (born 1954) is an English language novelist from Hong Kong. She is also the Hong Kong regional editor of Routledge's Encyclopedia of Post-colonial Literature (second edition, 2005) and the editor or co-editor of the following anthologies of Hong Kong writing in English: Fifty-Fifty: New Hong Kong Writing (2008), City Stage: Hong Kong Playwriting in English (2005), and City Voices: Hong Kong Writing in English Prose & Poetry from 1945 to the present. Her work has also been anthologized internationally. Hong Kong magazines such as Muse run her writings from time to time and her fiction and essays have appeared recently in various literary journals such as the Kenyon Review" (Ohio), Ploughshares" (Boston), The Four Quarters Magazine(India), Ninth Letter" (Illinois), Silk Road Review" (Oregon), Toad Suck Review" (Arkansas), Writing & Pedagogy" (Sheffield, UK),Arts & Letters" (Georgia), Wasifiri (London), Cutthroat: A Journal of the Arts (Colorado), Hotel Amerika(Chicago), Upstreet (Massachusetts), and Asia Literary Review (Hong Kong).
Ekphrasis: a literary description of a visual work. Thank you Xu Xi and David Clarke for this word and the superb little pamphlet!
David Clarke's book: Hong Kong Art: Culture and DecolonizationAugmented reality and publishing: http://publishingperspectives.com/2014/08/augmented-reality-and-the-future-of-publishing/comment-page-1/#comment-748398