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Mar 19, 2019
It’s Tango Time with Ratna GuptaWhile Ratna Gupta might not physically be creating her artworks in the wee hours, she does use her insomnia anyway, to think up all the details she can in the run-up to the actual making.
Feb 20, 2019
Inhabiting Urdu with Jaun Elia and Khwaab TanhaKhwaab Tanha Collective was started with the intention of visibilising Urdu literary voices in a political and cultural climate, which would rather wish them, and their contributions, away. However, it has since broadened its horizon, to include, Hindi and Punjabi language literature. So firecrackers like Jaun Elia, Ismat Chugtai, Fahmida Riaz and Majaz Lakhnawi are now in the revolutionary company of Pash and Bhagat Singh, among others.
Feb 03, 2019
Committing a Dream: A note from the curatorCommitting a Dream is a play on the forbidden nature of dreaming. It also speaks to the idea of being a committed dreamer notwithstanding the forbidden
Jan 19, 2019
Jasmeen Patheja on the Many Miles to Go Before we SleepJasmeen Patheja is an artist, and also the founder director of Blank Noise. Patheja is also a photographer.
Dec 29, 2018
Noticing and note-taking with Shubhangi SinghThe anecdotes that emerge from Shubhangi Singh's process of note-taking explore a wider framework of female existence and operation in the public sphere
Dec 15, 2018
Hazarding guesses with Sahej RahalIn addition to the contemporary art world, Sahej Rahal’s work partakes among fan-produced material around Star Wars. The text for his exhibition Adversary relates a situation where Rahal bumps into the filmmaker George Lucas at Bandra Fort
Dec 01, 2018
7 Isles Unclaimed or the Mumbai That Could Have Been7 Isles Unclaimed digs into Bombay's reclamation, the colonial project that converted seven islands — the Isle of Bombay, Colaba, Old Woman's Island (Little Colaba), Mahim, Mazagaon, Parel and Worli — into something closer to the peninsular shape that appears on maps today.
Nov 17, 2018
Abhishek Hazra on How to Hide Your HegelIn the aftermath of the recent arrests of activists and writers, the Almora chapter of the Kankurgachi Hegel Club, an amateur group of Hegel enthusiasts, is worried and can’t help wonder if it is safe to keep Hegel on their bookshelves. They have initiated a three-pronged—that is, by heart, by scroll and by marginalia—project to hide Hegel
Nov 10, 2018
Mo’Halla and the film Jagte Raho on everything that doesn’t disappearIn this chapter of Jagte Raho, which features art and text by Mo’Halla, humans are caught in the big infrastructure of the big city. His work Nightfall in Democracy Heights makes jibes at and speculates on demonetisation
Nov 03, 2018
Amshu Chukki looks at a protest that never happenedAmshu Chukki’s on-going interest in the political histories of Karnataka is routed via the site, more specifically, sites of protest scattered across the state capital, Bangalore