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Karrabing film collective & Sawangwongse Yawnghwe

Karrabing film collective
& Sawangwongse Yawnghwe
Before and After Origins

Past Exhibitions

Karrabing film collective


Karrabing Film Collective is a group of Aboriginal Australian filmmakers. The group collectively scripts and improvises characters based upon their own lives as a way of narrating the current status and challenges of Aboriginal worlds. The films of Karrabing have been exhibited in film festivals, biennales, and in community art spaces.


Sawangwongse Yawnghwe


Swangwongse Yawnghwe was born in an SSA jungle camp in Burma’s Shan State. His family fled to Thailand in 1972 and escaped to Canada in 1985. After studying at the Emily Carr University of Art + Design and Concordia University, he moved to Tuscany in 1990. Yawnghwe co-founded the Museum of Modern Art Panzano in 2007. His work was featured in Exit (Fondazione Sandretto de Rebaudengo, Turin, 2002) and Teatro Della Memoria, a collateral event of the 53rd Venice Biennale (2009). In 2016 Yawnghwe participated in Kamarado/SMBA/Clark House Initiative (2015), Dak'Art (2016), the Jerusalem Show 2016 and Festivals Steirischer Herbst 2016. He is based between Berlin, Amsterdam, and Chiang Mai.