Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2014

by  Critical Collective

1. How do you understand or interpret Whorled Explorations?

The curatorial note touches upon many areas of human endeavour, which have carried out physical, mental and existential exploration of the world and the universe. Myth, history, religion, colonialism and the understanding

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On the brink

by  Meera Menezes

Hesitant Attempt presented a picture in precariousness. It depicted Icarus, the figure from Greek mythology, who famously disregarded the advice of his father and flew too close to the sun with wings made of feathers and wax. Unlike the mythical figure, who plunged to his death when his wings

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The City of Forking Paths

by  Gayatri Sinha

Published by Palette Art Gallery in the catalogue of Absence of an architect-Gigi Scaria, August 2007

The city appears as a maze of bridges, galis, shop fronts, alleys, metro lines, wells, man holes, malls, stalls, parks, heights, elevations. Viewed like a map, it is a web interdependencies

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The Archeology of Urban Life

by  Satyanand Mohan

One of the reigning obsessions of a great deal of art produced in the last two decades in developing nations (and in India specifically) has been with articulating the shifting contours and spaces of globalization, in order to come to terms with the rapid changes that the contemporary socio-political

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