SCE Students to Present Work at Symposium on Phnom Penh’s White Building

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Three SCE students will present their work at Time, Space, Voice: Phnom Penh’s White Building, a symposium presented by SA SA BASSAC and Sa Sa Art Projects. The symposium is hosted by the Bophana Audiovisual Resource Center and will take place on January 9-10, 2015. This event is the first in a series of sekhasala meetings to investigate the White Building. It is convened by Erin Gleeson, Roger Nelson, Pen Sereypagna, and Vuth Lyno.

Time, Space, Voice: Phnom Penh’s White Building is timed to coincide with architect and urbanist Pen Sereypagna’s research residency in the White Building (hosted by Sa Sa Art Projects and supported by Parsons The New School For Design). As well as responding to the threat to the White Building’s future, this symposium is convened to present a confluence of exciting new research on the White Building’s past and present, placing a diversity ofapproaches in dialogue with one another and with communities in the neighborhood and city.  (Source: SA SA Art Projects)