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Wulan is currently writing her PhD thesis on the artist’s body in Indonesian contemporary art, using feminist theories as an analytical framework.
Wulan’s research interests include Southeast Asian contemporary art, contemporary craft, cross-cultural collaborations, museum studies, popular culture and gender studies. In 2007 she curated Intimate Distance: Tracing Feminism in Indonesian contemporary art at the National Gallery of Indonesia (Jakarta) in conjunction with the launch of Indonesian Women Artists: The Curtain Opens, the first book dedicated to tracing the roles and achievements of women artists in Indonesia from the 1950s to the present.
Authorised by the Acting Head of School, Humanities
15 October, 2012