Antidote Projects is a curatorial platform that is inspired by the transformative power of contemporary art to promote awareness and discourse on important social issues.
As a conduit at the intersection of art and social change, we harness the power of artists as activists, truth-tellers and revolutionaries while working to present exhibitions, projects and programs that will amplify important voices during times of creative censorship and political uncertainty.
Directed by Curator and Producer Grace Partridge, Antidote Projects works with arts organisations, artists, artist-run-spaces, as well as public and commercial galleries to engage socially and politically engaged audiences with outstanding creative practice.
Beyond the bricks-and-mortar spaces that host our exhibitions, events and talks, we leverage our digital platforms to exchange ideas. In everything we do, Antidote Projects endeavours to untangle the issues that divide humanity with utmost sensitivity, whether they be race, identity, class, language or gender.
Antidote Projects is dedicated to combating apathy, one artwork at a time.KAWITA VATANAJYANKUR, ‘DYE’ (2018), STILL FROM HD VIDEO, SINGLE CHANNEL, 7:30 MINUTES. COURTESY OF THE ARTIST, NOVA CONTEMPORARY, BANGKOK AND ALAMAK! PROJECT/CLEAR EDITION & GALLERY, TOKYO.