10 December 2015 – 3 January 2016, The Art Space, Singapore
Pop-up Gallery Multiples is a three week-long art showcase of emerging and established Singaporean and international artists curated by Silke Schmickl and organised by The Art Space, one of Suntec's new contemporary art galleries.
17 June – 12 July 2015, Point Ephémère, Paris
Beyond the blazing power of Singapore, the artists of this city-state explore the social impact of its meteoric rise to first world nation that in fifty years has radically transformed their city and culture. To discover their gaze, their questioning, Singapour mon amour is conceived as a series of artistic interventions in Paris where the French public is invited, at each step, to appropriate an aspect of contemporary culture in Singapore.
18-21 September 2014, Beirut International Exhibition and Leisure Center (BIEL), Beirut
Silke Schmickl curated this year's Video Projects at Beirut Art Fair 2014. Body Politics is a programme consisting of 16 art films from the Middle East, North Africa, South and South East Asia that explores how contemporary artists comment on current political and social issues by means of their own bodies or those of others. Ranging from video art to experimental cinema, documentaries and performative experiences the selection highlights how the individual can react to the bigger and rigid body of our globalized societies by exploding conventional production modes and viewing patterns. Through personal, ironic and poetic approaches the artists invent a new visual language and take us on a colourful cinematic journey that reintroduces a notion of humanity.
18 April – 12 May 2013, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Singapore
Theo.do.lites is an exhibition examining the project of modernity through artistic explorations of site-specific urban and rural realities in Asia and Europe, in the context of their conjoined yet deferred histories. Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Raqs Media Collective, Uriel Orlow, Alexander Schellow, Charles Lim, Romain Kronenberg & Benjamin Graindorge, Marylène Negro, Tan Pin Pin, Daniel Hui, Masayo Kajimura, Massimilian & Nina Breeder, Debbie Ding.
11 June — 24 July 2011, Kunst-im-Tunnel, Düsseldorf
The exhibition Human Frames: ten psychological states - 77 video artists and filmmakers from Asia and Europe is dedicated to the human being, the condition humaine and the various states of mind that accompany man on his journey through life.
23-31 March 2012, Cinéma du Réel/Centre Pompidou, Paris
Since 2005, Lowave has been following the artistic trends of the Middle East and North Africa through our artists in the Resistance[s] collection and the numerous programs and exhibitions that we have been involved in. From Europe to the United States, passing through Africa and Asia, these images were detained, marked, publically questioned and have brought to light other realities than those offered by traditional media.