Judha Su
Bangkok, Thailand

“The Index Room”, part of “To Whom It May Concern” exhibition (2017), at Bangkok CityCity Gallery organised by Judha Su.
“RadioHed” pirate radio project, initiated by Elaine W. Ho and Jong Pairez, as part of “To Whom It May Concern” exhibition (2017).
Judha Su, To Whom It May Concern, exhibition booklet, designed by Kawin Chanokprasith, 2017.


Apr 1, 2018–Jul 31, 2018
Judha Su
Bangkok, Thailand
Artist Residency

Judha Su
Bangkok, Thailand

Judha Su

April 1–July 31, 2018
Art in General, New York

Judha Su is an art critic and writer, working on shifting boundaries of contemporary arts, diverse forms of artistic practices, and politics of knowledge. She perceives art as a point of contact, negotiation, and entry to imagine beyond a conditioned reality. Her current project revolves around reclaiming thinking subjectivities, a transmission of bodily and nonverbal knowledge, and a re-distribution of sensory experiences. From 2015–16, she received a research fellowship from the Japan Foundation Asia Center to conduct fieldwork about practices of art writing in Indonesia, Philippines, and Japan. Last year, she initiated a collaborative project titled “To Whom It May Concern”; started as a laboratory exhibition at Bangkok CityCity Gallery, the project has now developed into a Thai-English online platform for collective learning. Judha is also a laborer of “soi” – a space for dialogue, research, and pedagogy.

Judha is in residence at Art in General from April to July 2018 through the support of the Asian Cultural Council.

Art in General was founded in 1981 and supports the production of new work by local and international artists primarily through its New Commissions Program and its International Collaborations program.

General Support of Art in General is provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services; the New York State Council on the Arts with support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; the Toby D. Lewis Donor Advised Fund of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland; and by individuals. This program is also supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

Special Project Support provided by the Asian Art Council.