Category Archives: Pallavi Paul

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

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WHAT MAKES FILM RESEARCHER AND VIDEO ARTIST PALLAVI PAUL SUCH AN INSIGHTFUL OBSERVER? – ZARAL SHAH

July 17, 2017 – Verve Magazine “While her newest work, a three-channel 42-minute film, The Dreams of Cynthia, is one she found technically, emotionally and intellectually difficult, she says, “The biggest challenge is to keep oneself from being reduced to … Continue reading

Installation image, Dreams of Cynthia/ Cynthia ke Sapne by Pallavi Paul

CONTOUR BIENNALE 8, “POLYPHONIC WORLDS: JUSTICE AS MEDIUM” – COLIN PERRY

6 April, 2017 – Art Agenda “A number of significant moving image works include Pallavi Paul’s strange and fantastical video The Dreams of Cynthia (2017), delving into performative identity and sexuality…” CONTOUR BIENNALE 8, “POLYPHONIC WORLDS: JUSTICE AS MEDIUM” – … Continue reading

Pallavi Paul, The Dreams of Cynthia (2017) (video still). Three channel video. 44 min. Courtesy the artist and Project 88, Mumbai.

‘POLYPHONIC WORLDS’: A REPORT FROM CONTOUR BIENNALE 8 – FEDERICA BUETI

5 April, 2017 – Ocula “Between a political documentary and work of fiction, then, The Dreams of Cynthiareads like a hymn to all those who struggle to find their place in societies that marginalise them; a dedication to those who … Continue reading

Pallavi Paul (DNA - BB Yadav)

ARTIST PALLAVI PAUL PRESENTS TWO WORLD WAR II EPISONAGE EPISODES WHOSE DETAILS ARE STILL SHROUDED IN MYSTERY – GARGI GUPTA

26 February, 2017 – DNA   “I’m not interested in knowing if Noor survived or if she died.” What interests the artist, also a filmmaker and will take part in the Contour Biennale in Belgium next month, are the stories … Continue reading