AiRx is a residential and cultural immersion programme for artists to reflect and research on their art practices while interacting with art communities in a new environment. In addition to the creation of new individual works following the exchange, AiRx also includes a cross‐cultural collaboration element, whereby the two artists jointly create a new piece(s) that reflects their experiences in their respective host country.
AiRx 2012 brought together two multidisciplinary artists, Singaporean Genevieve Chua and British Emma Critchley, to see their artistic practice through different lens, conduct public presentations, and interact with arts communities in their respective host country.
In 2011, the AiRx programme brought together Singaporean and British visual artists Michael Lee and Bob Matthews, who reflected and researched on the notion of Utopias. The resulting exhibition was presented at the National Museum, Singapore and Asia House in London, UK.
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