(Un)MYthU: Byproducts of twenty years of performance

by  Jesal Thacker

The exhibition space at Gallery Chemould was transformed into an unusual setting inviting the viewer into a dialogue with the artist’s rites of passage and experiences. Blurring the boundaries between artist, curator, gallery, collector and museum, (Un)MYthU questions the existence of them -

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Between certain forms of life and what is living

by  Daniela Zyman

I met Mithu Sen in Tokyo in 2009. Our matchmaker was Fumio Nanjo, the longtime director of the Mori Art Museum. Sen had just returned from a residency in Tokushima, Japan, where she had worked for more than a month in a traditional paper mill using strong kozo fiber to produce sheets of paper that could

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The Queen in Her Chamber

by  Olu Oguibe

The Queen in Her Chamber

Olu Oguibe

Queen Mithu steps into her chamber alone. There is no elaborate ritual accompanying her entry; no pomp and pageantry. There are no guards in sight, no courtiers, and no officers of the chancery. There are no ladies of the chamber bearing her

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