There Was A Country Where They Were All Thieves

4 May – 7 June 2012 What might it mean to be overexposed to a land? Such that one is like a glacial striation on bedrock- a pattern of selfness and crystal. The countryside is as much an imagined terrain as it is an assemblage of components: rock, crops, air, people and histories. Hence, the look … Continue reading


Group Exhibition & Events – There Was A Country Where They Were All Thieves Artists: Gary Colclough, Jasper Coppes & Stijn Verhoeff, Fieldclub, Gauri Gill, Pil & Galia Kollectiv, Helen Mirra, Abigail Reynolds, Edward Clydesdale Thomson Curated by Natasha Ginwala Jeanine Hofland Contemporary Art, Amsterdam 4 May – 7 June, 2012 What might it mean … Continue reading

Derailments at F.I.R.E.I.N.C.A.I.R.O. (We Are The Time / Gerrit Rietveld Academie)

Derailments sets forth notions of misalignments as acoustic / political dissonance and the acts that happen ‘in between of’ / ‘despite of’ collisions, ruptures, mishaps. The Derailment hence, becomes a space of potentiality to perform matters of urgency; an embodied margin of error from which to subvert existing ‘defects’ in the systems we formulate / inhabit. An aural … Continue reading

Film Screening + Discussion: Sisters! at Clark House Initiative

Film Screening: Sisters!  Petra Bauer  – Artist Stefano Bertacchini – Photography Rachel Dowle – Assistant Marius Dybwad Brandrud  – Editor   Rob van de Schootbrugge  – Sound Main cast: Southall Black Sisters Discussion:  Zehra Jumabhoy, Tejal Shah, Shaina Anand, and LABIA collective. Curated by Natasha Ginwala at Clark House Friday 13 January 2012 5.30pm – 8.00pm Sisters! is a collaboration between Petra Bauer and the Southall Black Sisters — … Continue reading

…Of conquest, resonance and falling: Notes on Some Left

Source: If I Can’t Dance, Amsterdam On Monday 25 and Tuesday 26 July, at 22:20, If I Can’t Dance presents the performance Some Left by Sung Hwan Kim at Ruyschstraat 4-III in Amsterdam, with performers Matthew Infante and Jieun Rim, and with music by David Michael DiGregorio (aka dogr). After a full month of working, … Continue reading

F.N. Souza: Remembrane of Things to Come

Curated Walk at VOLTE-FACE: Souza’s Iconoclastic Vision 9th – 18th April 2010 at Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi. The exhibition has been curated by Yashodhara Dalmia, there will be 200 paintings and drawings from the Dhoomimal Gallery Personal Collection on view. Concept Note: Francis Newton Souza’s art-works present themselves as visual documents that probe the … Continue reading

Heard at Jaipur Literature Festival 2010

“Being confused means that different parts of your-self are arguing with one another. If that weren’t the case it would be fascist.” – Hanif Kureishi (Discusson on confused identity and migrant writers) “My India is starvation deaths, My India is no BPL cards for the poor, My India is destruction of the forests. Not enough … Continue reading