I am an Artist-researcher and Independent Curator specialising in contemporary visual art practice. I am a driven, resourceful and hard-working individual who has a goal to develop contemporary visual art practice in Mongolia and wider Central Asia. I am in a pursuit of a balanced approach to contemporary visual art practices and theories. I am planning to continue my contribution to the field through creating, publishing, curating, lecturing and organising innovative art projects, exhibitions and events. For more information about my professional experience, check out my profile on Linkedin.
PhD thesis title: Stranger’s Identity Explored Through Contemporary Art Practice: In-Between Mongolia and the UK (2012).
Current research interests: identity, stranger’s identity, Mongolian identity, cultural identity, experiential perspective, Mongol Zurag, contemporary art practice, practice-based research, installation art, research methodologies, site-specific art, photographic practices, performance art, performed photography or photo-performance (auto-photo-performance).
Wider research interests: Contemporary Art of Mongolia & Central Asia, Mongolian Studies (Post-Soviet), Visual Anthropology, Site-specificity, Central Asian Studies, Film Studies.