Category Archives: Project 88

Group Catalepsy

WOODEN HORSE IN BOGGY LAND: FOUR PROPOSITIONS ABOUT LANDSCAPE – PRAJNA DESAI

  In looking for landscape— Eyes by the windowsill wait for the brain to light up the slope of the hill. Thought cuts a strobe to the farthest reaches of the horizon. Beds of flowers appear at the edge of … Continue reading

8688

“8688”: Walk-through by Diana Campbell Betancourt

8688 is an exhibition that challenges our perception of opposites. It is only by looking as far past ourselves as possible that we can understand what makes us who we are. The exhibition turns Project 88 on its side (a … Continue reading

Sanjeev Mirajkar

a note on STALKINGS AND OTHER STORIES – Prajna Desai

One thing after another. The ecstasy of narrative begins early, inside the womb while listening to the story from the other side, at the playground with imaginary companions doing your bidding, or in that first fib about how you got … Continue reading

Hemali Buta, Measure of a foot, Installation view

On entering a quarry – Nida Ghouse

  On entering a quarry, one enters the earth. One descends into that which as long as it existed could not be accessed. A rock is a record of everything that formed it—the magma of millions of years since a volcano … Continue reading

Prajakta Potnis
CAPSULE 5
Digital print on Archival photo rag paper
57.5 x 85.5 inches
2016

“When the wind blows” – Atreyee Gupta

When the wind blows. Quotidian objects of domestic use – table fans, chopping boards, kitchen mixers, synthetic packing material – take on the semantic and material qualities of drawing, photography, and sculpture to chart conceptual routes between drawing and photography, … Continue reading

Mahesh Baliga
Feeding the Beast
casein on canvas
36 x 48 inches

Passages from Reclusive Conversations – Prajna Desai

    Emperor Joseph II: My dear young man, don’t take it too hard. Your work is ingenious.It’s quality work. And there are simply too many notes, that’s all. Just cut a few and it will be perfect. Mozart: Which … Continue reading