Neha Choksi, Everything sunbright (i) in the womb
(ii) lives
(iii) ever rehearsing the end
*indirectly, 2018. Four-channel video installation, i, ii, iii as projections, * on monitor, 26:12 mins. (looped). Image courtesy of the artist and Project 88, Mumbai. Photo by Brian Forrest.

‘MADE IN L.A. 2018’: WIDELY INCLUSIVE AND BRIMMING WITH COMMUNITY SPIRIT, BUT IS IT TOO EARNEST? – TRAVIS DIEHL

27 June, 2018 – Frieze “Neha Choksi’s Everything sunbright i) in the womb ii) lives iii) ever rehearsing the end * indirectly (2018), a four-channel loop, juxtaposes shots of a dancer ripping up a stage flat of a sunset, a charcoal drawing … Continue reading

EVERYTHING ELSE IS ORDINARY. TAKE YOUR TIME FOR THIS EXHIBITION! IT IS EVERYTHING, BUT ORDINARY

4 July, 2018 – blog “Everything else is ordinary.“ RAQs Media Collective. Düsseldorf, in K21. Until August, 12, 2018. Look twice. At least twice. „Time“ is clear, isn’t it? At least, relatively. A central topic of the exhibition is the analysis of … Continue reading

Courtesy Neha Choksi and Project 88, Mumbai. Photo: Zan Wimberley.

11 UCLA ALUMNI FEATURED IN THE HAMMER MUSEUM’S ‘MADE IN L.A. 2018’ – LOUISE CALE

9 July, 2018 – UCLA Newsroom “Through considerations of consciousness, memory and mortality, Neha Choksi centers her practice on the materialization of time, foregrounding temporality and transformation over the desire for permanence. Choksi’s work — in which performance-based video is … Continue reading

Neha Choksi, Everything sunbright (i) in the womb
(ii) lives
(iii) ever rehearsing the end
*indirectly, 2018. Four-channel video installation, i, ii, iii as projections, * on monitor, 26:12 mins. (looped). Image courtesy of the artist and Project 88, Mumbai. Photo by Brian Forrest.

MADE IN L.A. 2018 – JONATHAN GRIFFIN

2 July, 2018 – Art Agenda “Not so much a city as an unevenly populated, multi-centered megalopolis, and not so much a year as a point in an escalating concatenation of national and global crises, there might seem to be … Continue reading

The Otolith Group, Santiniketan Studies (A Century Before Us II): Seated Tapovan, 2018, digital collage on Somerset Museum Rag paper, 34 x 51 cm. Courtesy: the artists

THE PLACE WHERE INDIA MEETS THE WORLD: A NEW FILM BY THE OTOLITH GROUP – TAUSIF NOOR

26 June, 2018 – Frieze “We begin in a blazing world: In the opening sequence of O Horizon (2018), the Otolith Group’s latest film, as part of their exhibition ‘A Lost Future’ at the Rubin Museum in New York, flames lick the mechanical … Continue reading