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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

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

Raqs Media Collective

2017: AN OSCILLATION BETWEEN 2000 YEARS AFTER AND 1000 YEARS BEFORE – FRIEZE

21 December, 2017 – Frieze “Think of the ‘en’ you add to the beginning or end of a word, to make it do something. Think ‘vision’: add an en and it becomes ‘envision’. Add an en at both ends of ‘live’ and it becomes … Continue reading

Hand stencils dating from 5,000–7,000 BCE photographed on the Cueva de las Manos, Santa Cruz, Argentina by Javier Etcheverry, 2015. Courtesy: Javier Etcheverry

HOW IMPORTANT IS ART AS A FORM OF A PROTEST – FRIEZE MAGAZINE

31 March, 2017 – Frieze Magazine “Art began when humans stood up. We rose from all fours, looked each other in the eye and saw visions. We opened our diaphragm to air and song; freed our hands, our most important … Continue reading

Raqs Media Collective

11th Shanghai Biennale: Review by Francesca Tarocco

2 December, 2016 – Frieze “Halfway through my solitary first visit to the 11th Shanghai Biennale, I was reminded of Marguerite Duras’s script for Hiroshima Mon Amour (1959). In it, she refers to the ‘particular halo’ that colours every gesture … Continue reading