International Open Call Entries Jurors
Chen Wan-Yin is a writer and researcher. She was the editor of the Mandarin art magazine Art Critique of Taiwan (2011- 2012) and Artist Magazine (2014 -2017). And she participated in art projects as a writer and editor such as Broken Spectre (Taipei Fine Art Museum, 2017) and Phantas.ma/polis (Asian Art Biennale at National Taiwan Museum, 2021). Recent essays are published in Taipei Fine Arts Museum Modern Art, Voices of Photography. Her interests lie in artistic confrontations with the entanglements of coloniality in art historiography, meanwhile works as a scriptwriter in video works. Currently, she is a PhD candidate in modern and contemporary art history at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
Oyindamola Fakeye is the current Executive & Artistic Director of the Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA), Lagos, where she previously co-founded the Video Art Network (VAN) Lagos. She sits on the board of Arts in Medicine Projects which runs the Global Arts in Medicine Fellowship, training art and healthcare practitioners on best practices within the field and is the 2023 Chair of the National Art in Health Week Nigeria. Oyindamola is a Company Director for Res Artis the worldwide professional body for artists residencies and regularly consults to support learning and participation, digital collaboration, entrepreneurship, grant giving and cultural relations within the creative industries.
Ruby Hsieh I-Hsuan
Ruby Hsieh I-Hsuan is a curator, researcher, and film critic managing multiple art and cultural mediation projects. A MA in Anthropology form National Taiwan University, she focuses on the development of contemporary Southeast Asian film and visual arts, as well as the role of film festival as platforms to produce cultural knowledge. She is the current Programmer of Women Make Waves Film Festival Taiwan (since 2021). Her involvements in international film festival as a programmer and selection committee includes Focus Taiwan of Cinedans Fest ’22, selection committee of Asian and International Competition at Taiwan International Documentary Festival (2022 TIDF).
Camila Marambio is a curator, researcher, and writer who delights in telling circular stories. In 2010, she founded Ensayos, a collective research initiative focused on ecopolitical issues impacting Tierra del Fuego/Karukinka and other archipelagos. Since 2011, Marambio has been experimenting with performance creating solo and collaborative pieces about human and non-human health. What’s He Building in There? premiered at The Watermill Center in NY. Most recently, she was a postdoctoral fellow of The Seed Box: An Environmental Humanities Collaboratory at the Royal Academy of Art in Stockholm and curator of the Chilean Pavilion at the 59th venice Biennale.