A dilapidated building earmarked for demolition and destined to join the debris of socialist modernity in Jia Zhangke’s 2006 film Still Life abruptly transforms into a UFO in the middle of the night and takes off to an uncertain future. A moment of flight that rejects the burden of the real and the preordination of
To put it simply, light constructs the environment around us. I am interested in how people see light and how light constructs images before us, which makes us perceive certain things a certain way. So for example, if I switch off the light right now, the context changes completely of how we communicate and/or of
“INSERT2014: The Sharp Edge of the Global Contemporary” rethinks the use of galleries and the infrastructure of the city. The exhibition at the art space Mati Ghar is an example of diversifying art practice, comprising multimedia artworks and site-specific installations within the spatial context of the uniquely designed gallery. INSERT2014 featured in Art Radar Asia.
“[Last Minute Exercise] is a coming together of a wealth of knowledge. And when one comes here, you will have lots to choose from. If you want to be in conversation with the expert, you can book online or come here and get the help of the person on the counter to choose your expert.
It is difficult to assign a category to Insert 2014. It is neither an art fair nor a conventional exhibition. What it is is a series of conversations initiated by artists from all over the world who will congregate in the capital this fortnight. With Raqs Media Collective as its artistic director, this month-long art
Produced by the Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation in collaboration with Goethe Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan and Pro Helvetia, Swiss Arts Council, INSERT 2014 has Raqs Media Collective as its artistic directors, which means we can expect it to live up to the raison d’etre it has set out for itself; to be “a constellation of conversations with