Nice Buenaventura (Artist, Philippines), Serina Abdul Rahman (Lecturer, Department of Southeast Asia Studies, NUS), moderated by Soh Kay Min (Research Associate, NTU ADM).

Filipina artist Nice Buenaventura and lecturer Serina Abdul Rahman discuss the value and importance of citizen-centered learning along the archipelago. Moderated by research associate, Soh Kay Min, the panel will discuss the ways that weather shapes community fishing practices and local knowledge and how these communities respond to changing weather through varied projects of counter-mapping.

This recording is part of the two-day symposium, "Environmentally-Engaged Artistic Practices in South, Southeast Asia and the Pacific" held at NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, supported by the Ministry of Education Academic Research Fund Tier 1 Project (RG39/21) and led by Principal Investigator, Professor Ute Meta Bauer. This symposium was organised by Professor Ute Meta Bauer and Research Assistant Angela Ricasio Hoten, School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University Singapore with additional support from Eunice Lacaste, PhD Candidate at NTU ADM.