by Ishita Sengupta The Blind Rabbit is a fascinating critique of power, uncovering its workings by laying bare its machinery. It shows that much like history, power repeats itself. Pallavi Paul’s The Blind Rabbit — a harrowing documentary mapping the oppressive nature of …Read more..
By Ann-Marie Corvin This year’s International Film Festival RotterdamI Freedom Talk speaker Pallavi Paul claims that her mid-length film “The Blind Rabbit,” which examines police violence and systemic abuse of power, is unlikely to be seen by an Indian audience because the level …Read more..
By Faizal Khan Premiered at the 50th International Film Festival Rotterdam earlier this week, ‘The Blind Rabbit’ looks at the Emergency, 1984 riots, 2019 Jamia Library attack and the 2020 Delhi riots. ‘The Blind Rabbit’, directed by Delhi-based contemporary artist and …Read more..
Mumbai: This virtual exhibition shines the spotlight on the epochal shift due to the Covid-19 pandemic ‘Not an Imitation’ at Project88, curated by Rohini Devasher and Pallavi Paul provides artists a platform to creatively express their feelings By Pallavi Mehra …Read more..
By Arti Das The one thing that an artist requires to explore his/her imagination, is solitude. Here, in this space, the artist gets a chance to nurture their ideas and take it beyond. So, in March when the country experienced the first …Read more..