The Team Behind
Alecia Neo develops long-term projects that involve collaborative partnerships with individuals and communities. Her socially engaged practice unfolds primarily through photography, video, and participatory workshops that address modes of radical hospitality, reciprocity, caregiving, and wellbeing to explore issues of identity and the search for self. She is the co-founder of Brack, a platform for socially engaged art.
Kei Franklin loves exploring ‘togetherness’ through facilitation, performance, dialogue, and other forms of experimental co-learning. She is concerned with questions of power, identity, and justice, and collaborates with others to design interventions that reveal the systemic, cultural, and psychological roots of our current planetary moment. She grew up in a lively family (her first foundation of togetherness) in the mountains of New Mexico (USA) and has since called eSwatini and Singapore home. Kei is Editor-in-Chief of Brack.
Jevon Chandra is an artist, sound designer, and cultural worker. Drawing inspiration from therapeutic and peer counselling approaches, his art practice estimates the (mis)translations that occur between thought, theory, and praxis, as sometimes seen in acts of caring, meaning-making, and holding faith.