Kathleen Ditzig Curator
Kathleen Ditzig is a Singaporean researcher and curator. Her research focuses on exhibition histories of Southeast Asia and unpacks the enduring legacies and networks of the Cold War in cultural production. She is invested in long-term transnational collaborative research frameworks and in advancing art as an exceptional system of speaking to power. Ditzig’s art historical research on Southeast Asia and Singapore has been published in Southeast of Now (NUS Press), Afterall, and post by MoMA, among others. She is currently a curator at the National Gallery of Singapore and is pursuing a PhD with NTU ADM.
Image credits: Courtesy of National Gallery of Singapore