FIELD MEETING TAKE 6: THINKING COLLECTIONS

Moe Satt (Yangon)

 

Other Side of the Revolution

Performance

Synopsis: As an emerging millennial Satt is persistently concerned with socio-political conditions of the people of his country, Myanmar. Using the body as his foremost medium, hand gestures and symbols are essential to his practice. He uses patterns derived from religion, social history, and popular culture as a citation tool to express attitudes, raise questions, and provoke awareness. In this playful and provocative performance the audience was invited to stamp Satt’s body with an ink pad, and encouraged to shoot each other with rubber bands.
 
Moe Satt’s FIELD MEETING participation is supported by Alserkal Avenue (Dubai).
 

Moe Satt is a curator and artist who lives and works in Yangon, Myanmar. After finishing his degree in Zoology in 2005, Satt started creating art. He founded and organized Beyond Pressure, an international festival of performance art in Myanmar and has participated in live arts festivals throughout Asia and Europe. He has been invited to serve as the resident artist at locations such as the International Residence at Recollets (Paris, 2015) and ACC (New York, 2017). In 2015, Satt was was a finalist for the Hugo Boss Asia Art Award 2015.