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Last month, I was in Singapore to give a talk at TEDx Singapore which had the theme of “The Unsdicovered Country”. The original name for this talk was “The Art that you don’t see”, and it’s focused on a series of unfoldings, first about the rock art you didn’t know existed in Southeast Asia, and then to the art you couldn’t see without digital enhancement, culminating to my discovery of the Angkor Wat paintings that was announced last year.

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One Reply to “TED Talk: Finding hidden rock art in Southeast Asia”

  1. Thank you very much for sharing this, especially showing the richness in Southeast Asia that is yet to be research and have to be preserved in the future!

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