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2018 November 8: RUN! RUN! RUN! Biennale #r3fest: In Exile / Dangerous Movements. Co-curator: Dr Vybarr Cregan Reid, author and Reader in English and Environmental Humanities at the University of Kent . Hosted by University of Kent’s Paris School of Arts and Culture (PSAC). See here for details.
2018 September 5-9: Unlimited Festival, Southbank Centre. With talk and new performance-lecture with Professor Philip Asherson on 6 September. More details soon.
24th September: Chair of Art programme; 25th September: roundtable discussion. 2018 September 23-26: 5. Edinburgh. th EUNETHYDIS International European Network for Hyperkinetic Disorders Conference
: King’s Artists Group Exhibition, Bush House, King’s College London. 2018 October – 2019 January
: #MagicCarpet Solo Exhibition. Social, Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry Centre, KCL. * 2018 October 3 evening – 2019 March 4 morning Private View: 03 October 2018 evening ALL WELCOME*.
2018 December – early 2019: , Singapore. Nominated by Amanda Heng. Artist-in-Residency award. Centre for Contemporary Art, Nanyang Technological University
“Run Riot in 8.5 Steps: Running as a Creative Mobile Toolkit for People of All Walks Today.” In Handbook on Methods and Applications for Mobilities Research, edited by Malene Freudendal-Pedersen, Monika Büscher, and Sven Kesselring. Edward Elgar Publishing. 2019:
Mobilities, Literature, Culture edited collection (Palgrave). Second stage of proposal accepted by Editors (Marian Aguiar, Charlotte Mathieson, Lynne Pearce). Peer reviewed. 2019:
RECENT EVENTS RECENT PUBLICATIONS & BROADCAST WORK
Mental Health Awareness: Sarah Hughes interviewed by Dr Kai Syng Tan on Let’s Talk Mental Health. 2018. Directed by L. Arseneault. Economic and Social Research Council. Available at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gY9kETgasJU Interviewee in short film, pan-European training network MiND (mastering skills in the training Network for attention deficit hyperactivity and autism spectrum Disorders) mind-project.eu. Filmed by 4QUARTER FILMS
#MagicCarpet film by Philip Tan, Michael Tebinka and Kai Syng Tan. Launched at the South London Gallery, this has also been shown at Birkbeck and University College London thus far. Diagram (named artist) in:
Bozhilova, N., Michelini, G., Kuntsi, J. and Asherson, P., 2018. Mind wandering perspective on ADHD. . , 92, pp.464–476 Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 2018:
‘An exploration of running as metaphor, methodology, material through the RUN! RUN! RUN! Biennale #r3fest 2016’. In . Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics. February, 1–17. Routledge Taylor and Francis. ISSN 1743-0437 Tan, Kai Syng, and Andrew Stahl. 2017. “A Reflection on Monologue Dialogue 4: Mysticism and Insecurity. Art In An Insecure Age.” London. Slade School of Fine Art website. Slade School of Fine Art.
Tan, K.S., 2018.
Disability Arts Online. February 19, 2018. What else could ‘neurodiversity’ look like?
‘Mind Wandering: Best Friend or Worst Enemy? An art-science inquiry’. A-N Blogs (blog). February 6, 2018. RECENT CITATIONS and MEDIA COVERAGE
Clear Spot: Arts In Mind, 2018. Mixcloud. 4 Jun.
Four Communications, 2018. Arts in Mind. Marlow, S., 2018. Arts in Mind. The Psychologist (The British Psychological Society), 31, pp.68–69.
Smith, H., 2018.
Arts In Mind Festival – I don’t mind if you don’t mind, do you mind..? – South London News. South London Press and Mercury. 4 Jun. Verrent, J., 2018.
Why don’t we just… treat disabled artists equally? Big Issue North. [online] 4 Jun. Hunt, J., 2018.
– Attenborough Arts Centre showcases Unlimited’s research and development programme. Be There At The Start
Mulders, Jacinta M. 2018. “MD4: Mysticism and Insecurity | UCL Events.” UCL Events, News and Reviews (blog). January 5, 2018. University College London, Institute of Advanced Studies. 2017. “
Talking Points: Dr Kai Syng Tan on The Artist-Researcher as Connector-Disrupter-Running Messenger?” UCL MediaCentral. December 5, 2017.