Elizabeth Rush

For the greater part of a decade, Elizabeth Rush has worked with contemporary artists all over South Asia. She drank coconut water deliriously while work on I is for Indonesia while listening to gamelan music at royal palaces. In many a lost alleyway, she shared morsels of grilled pork and nuggets of wisdom with EddiE. Elizabeth has contributed to Granta, Le Monde Diplomatique, Asian Geographic, Project Freerange, and Asian Art News, among others. Still Lifes from a Vanishing City, a compilation of pictures and writings about Yangon, Myanmar, will be published by ThingsAsian Publishing in the near future.

She currently resides in Brooklyn. EddiE haRA is an ex-punk who is fascinated by water animals. Sure, he's a little fat and short. Sure, he eats a lot of meat.

Yeah, he is one of Indonesia's most active musicians of the 1980s generation. Yes, EddiE's work has been collected all over the world, from London to New York City, Jakarta to Timbuktu (just kidding about Read More chevron_right