Dayang Yraola is a curator based in Manila with practice in Southeast Asia. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Philippine Studies majoring in Literature and Art Studies, and a Masters in Museum Studies from the University of the Philippines. She was a fellow of Thomas Jefferson Foundation in 2001; an arts associate of the National Art Gallery Singapore through Singapore International Foundation in 2010; and a grantee of the Asian Cultural Council in 2012. Dayang’s curatorial focus is in new media particularly process as media (archival and laboratory), technology as media (analogue, digital, mechanical, electronic), and senses as media. Her complex exposure with various fields of resource management and contemporary art motivates her to test the limits of curatorial as a multidisciplinary practice rather than an art profession.