MAAP works with leading artists, independent curators, producers, and researchers throughout Australia and Asia regions.  Since 1998, MAAP has collaborated with around 500 artists, 150 institutions & sponsors, and 100 curators.

Contributing their expertise to an ongoing conversation about the region’s media art, the people and institutions profiled here are important collaborators on MAAP’s past and present projects. This list is far from complete and we continue to add details when there is the time possibility.



Louise Bennett Patty Chang and David Kelley PETRA GEMEINBOECK ROB SAUNDERS Wade Marynowsky Heimo Zobernig Sim Cheol-Woong Kimsooja Joao Vasco Paiva Giovanni Ozzola Derek Kreckler Yendoo Jung Barbara Campbell Lauren Brincat Jan Dibbets Panata Dissuwankul Paisit Punpruksachat Oren Ambarchi Omega Red Olive Leung Oh Yongseok Oh Sang Gil Nutthom Kangwanklai Nose Chan Nok Paksnavin Nitipong Thinthupathai Nicole Gillard Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit Nawagarn Rachanak Nalini Manali ... Browse more Artists



National Art School Gallery, Sydney Griffith University Art Gallery OCAT – OCT Contemporary Art Terminal Gallery Skape Opsis Art One and J. Gallery Lee Hwaik Gallery Gallery IHN Artsonje Center National Art Museum of China Korea Cultural Foundation Singapore National Arts Council Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Australia) Project 304 Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts Kick the Machine The University of Chicago Film Studies Center, USA Bangkok Experimental Film Festival Experimental Art Foundation Adelaide Wagga Wagga Art Gallery Mildura Arts Centre Gympie Regional Gallery Frankston Arts Centre Rockhampton Art Gallery Albury Regional Gallery Dubbo Regional Gallery Arts Queensland SPEC Hangzhou Public Library, China Imagine Australia: Year of Australian Culture in China ... Browse more Partners