Into the Wild: Fixing the Future

by  Deepika Sorabjee

Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee, a practicing oncologist and author of The Emperor of Maladies and The Gene, expounds in an interview in Nautilus (December 2016), “… one of the things that we’re realizing more and more in medicine is that medicine exists at an interface between your particular

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Making a Case for Wonder

by  Shaleen Wadhwana

There have been many lives of the Bhau Daji Lad Museum. From being the Central Government Museum of Natural History, Economy, Geology, Industry and Arts in 1855, it was made into the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1872, and finally the Dr Bhau Daji Lad (BDL) Museum in 1975. Paying homage

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Eye in the Sky

by  Deepika Sorabjee

Tucked away in a small room, off the warehouse spaces in Aspinwall House, the main venue of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale earlier this year, was Rohini Devasher’s seven- channel video work, Parts Unknown. In a crowd of big installations that populated the various cavernous spaces, Devasher’s quiet,

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Rohini Devasher: Permutation

by  Jyoti Dhar

Fossus (2011), the opening installation in Rohini Devasher's debut solo exhibition in New Delhi, appears at first glance to resemble the film of a cerebral CT scan, albeit grossly hypertrophied. The dramatic tableau consists of a large, brain-shaped, sandstone cut-out against a black background,

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