Yearly Archives: 2018

Artists Rupali Gupte and Prasad Shetty

A TABLE BECOMES A SHOP: HOW DO INFORMAL WORKERS HUMANISE THE URBAN SPACE? – POOJA PILLAI

April 1, 2018 – The Indian Express “They’re a common sight in all of our cities, these “shops” that are really just folding tables covered with goods ranging from earphones and chargers to handkerchiefs and undergarments. During the day, the … Continue reading

Prajakta’ Potnis “Capsule II,” print on Hahnemulhe archival paper, 94 x 152 cm, 2012

DOCUMENTING THE AGE OF ANTHROPOCENE – TEJAL PANDEY

16 March, 2018 – The Hindu “While Rohini Devasher and Reena Kallat both provide viewers with intriguing modifications and perspectives to the current world we inhabit, Prajakta Potnis examines temporary man-made worlds like airports and malls that we often escape … Continue reading

Raqs Media Collective, Provisions for Everybody, 2018, film still. Courtesy: the artists

MEANWHILE, WHAT ABOUT SOCIALISM? (PART TWO) – GEORGE VASEY

20 March, 2018 – Frieze.com “Raqs Media Collective’s new commission on the ground floor of Assembly House in Newcastle visually expands the book’s thematics in an installation encompassing films, banners and digital print. Central to the work is an episodic … Continue reading

Prasad Shetty & Rupali Gupte, "Treasure Trunk," paint, galvanised iron, 30 x 120 x 45 cms (H x L x W), 2017

PROJECT 88: TRANSACTIONAL OBJECTS – KASTOORI BARUA

Blog (kastooribarua.com) – 10 March, 2018 “Virtual spaces, such as cloud storages, of course, are infinite and the internet is a world of its own. But actual spaces, where humans tangibly exist, the boundaries that we draw around us, are … Continue reading

"The Third Part of the Third Measure", 2-channel video installation, 44 min, English, 2017

BERLINALE FORUM EXPANDED – ARSENAL

The Otolith Group “THE THIRD PART OF THE THIRD MEASURE creates an encounter with the militant minimalism of avant-garde composer, pianist and vocalist Julius Eastman. The 2-channel video installation focuses on what The Otolith Group describe as an “experience of watching … Continue reading