BY SKYE ARUNDHATI THOMAS 24 FEB 2020 The traditional and the technological combine to offer visions of our uncertain future A clockwork, headless Superman figurine crawls on his front, an automatic rifle angled in his arms. Under him is a …

Read more..

26 July 2019 Weeklies • so-far studios Text by Sharmini Aphrodite Grey light seeping in through a window. An old man with his eyes closed in a courtyard, a sheath of white sunlight over his body. A young girl skipping …

Read more..

Artforum: Munem Wasif

Posted On: Thursday, February 1st, 2018 | by project88pressadmin

Munem Wasif, Land of Undefined Territory 12, 2014–15, ink-jet print, 8 x 12″.  There is nothing new about science fiction containing an under-lying social message. An exhibition of photographs, prints, and video art that evokes a sci-fi aesthetic and sounds a …

Read more..

Platform: Munem Wasif

Posted On: Monday, October 30th, 2017 | by project88pressadmin

Text Shristi Singh Machine Matter Munem Wasif’s tryst with the geographies of his homeland and its connecting borders can be traced back to 2014, the year his solo show, his first ever in India, began to shape-up. Never diverting from his …

Read more..

The Hindu: Of land, labour and seed

Posted On: Saturday, October 28th, 2017 | by project88pressadmin

Bangladeshi photographer Munem Wasif’s solo debut in India excavates the many layers of the earth to unearth what lies at the root “Look at the zameen  (land) … look at the par  (border)”. Horizons, disputed land and fenced boundaries is what may …

Read more..