25 episodes

Hosted by curators Khai Hori and Deborah Lim, live-streamed 16-hours non-stop from the nest of Chan + Hori Contemporary in Singapore, the Shangri-La Art Podcast (SLAP) launched deep, raw, unfiltered and unedited with 25 episodes worth of mind-bending conversations on YouTube on 21 Nov 2020.

Its art and life continues here.

*Apologies for the erratic audio quality for this first season of the podcast. We promise to improve our tech knowledge and recording quality for future seasons.

Shangri-La Art Podcast CHAN + HORI CONTEMPORARY

    • Visual Arts
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Hosted by curators Khai Hori and Deborah Lim, live-streamed 16-hours non-stop from the nest of Chan + Hori Contemporary in Singapore, the Shangri-La Art Podcast (SLAP) launched deep, raw, unfiltered and unedited with 25 episodes worth of mind-bending conversations on YouTube on 21 Nov 2020.

Its art and life continues here.

*Apologies for the erratic audio quality for this first season of the podcast. We promise to improve our tech knowledge and recording quality for future seasons.

    CHRIS MOONEY-SINGH, Founder, Poetry Slam in Singapore & AJAY GOVINDA MENON, Host, Poetry Slam in Singapore

    CHRIS MOONEY-SINGH, Founder, Poetry Slam in Singapore & AJAY GOVINDA MENON, Host, Poetry Slam in Singapore

    Episode 23 from the 16-hour Shangri-La Art Podcast live-stream.

    AJAY GOVINDA MENON, host of the Poetry Slam in Singapore, speaks with CHRIS MOONEY-SINGH, poet extraordinaire and co-founder of the Poetry Slam in Singapore, on reviving the rabab - once a leading instrument in Sikh sacred music - and his whirlwind path to Singapore. They introduce a selection of local poems, complete with sound effects, resonant voices and high production value.

    • 50 min
    BRADLEY FOISSET, artist and business development manager, Hatch Art Project

    BRADLEY FOISSET, artist and business development manager, Hatch Art Project

    Episode 25 from the 16-hour Shangri-La Art Podcast live-stream.

    The fate of the lone migrant, travelling to the edge, recognising the frontier, mitigating it. BRADLEY FOISSET pulls the curtain to the first season of our Shangri-La Art Podcast with deep questions of purpose and personal compass. As artists, art lovers, curators, art workers and patrons, he reminds us of how little we know of ourselves, and how afraid we often are in seeking, let alone breaking frontiers unexplored before us all.   



    song credit: Aggronaught by Khai Hori

    • 38 min
    AHILYA KAUL, dancer, choreographer, dance & fitness instructor

    AHILYA KAUL, dancer, choreographer, dance & fitness instructor

    Episode 24 from the 16-hour Shangri-La Art Podcast live-stream.

    Would you place yourself in a well-known conflict zone to fill yourself with knowledge and fulfil your passions? It is Israel at the Batsheva Dance Company (BDC) that dancer and choreographer AHILYA KAUL finds herself connected with and constantly summoned back to learn and work directly with contemporary dance maestro Ohad Naharin. She shares with us how Gaga, the movement language of BDC has enriched her life's philosophies and those of many others.

    song credit: Aggronaught by Khai Hori

    • 41 min
    SEBASTIAN MARY TAY, artist

    SEBASTIAN MARY TAY, artist

    Episode 22 from the 16-hour Shangri-La Art Podcast live-stream.

    Could an artist ever leave the thought of art, for a moment, especially when he is engrossed with lifelong passions, such as fishing? We speak with avid angler and artist SEBASTIAN MARY TAY on what it is like to fish and make art amidst a family whose DNA is deeply etched with a history of fish.

    song credit: Aggronaught by Khai Hori

    • 45 min
    DIPALI GUPTA, artist

    DIPALI GUPTA, artist

    Episode 21 from the 16-hour Shangri-La Art Podcast live-stream.

    DIPALI GUPTA makes videos and drawings with magic sticks and eggs, the kind that makes many people feel good, ecstatic even. A mother, homemaker and a woman who grew up in a culturally conservative environment, the artist activates her art to overcome taboos and uncomfortable conversations on sexuality in society. 

    song credit: Aggronaught by Khai Hori

    • 38 min
    DUSADEE HUNTRAKUL, artist

    DUSADEE HUNTRAKUL, artist

    Episode 20 from the 16-hour Shangri-La Art Podcast live-stream.

    DUSADEE HUNTRAKUL published a book based on a true-life childhood story as told by his wife. His wife, young son and the son of a friend contributed drawings for this book. The book is titled Grandma, I Want A Penis.

    song credit: Aggronaught by Khai Hori

    • 37 min

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