On November 8th my video animation Presence of Absence was broadcast on Odessa, a cable TV channel in Ukraine. The video is part of a media activism project curated by Mariia Gonchar.
On Sunday 8th November at 12:45pm my video animation Presence of Absence will be broadcast on Odessa, a regional cable TV channel in Ukraine.
The video is part of a media activism project curated by Mariia Gonchar – “TV has attacked us all our lives, now we fight back. Now we make our own TV”. During October and November videos will be broadcast twice a week, Saturday and Sunday. Information about the project, the participating artists and broadcasting times can be found on the project website and blog.
Curated by Nahed Mansour
24 August 2013
5pm – Reception at the AGM (300 City Centre Dr.)
6pm – Monitor 9 screening at the Noel Ryan Auditorium, Central Library (across Celebration Square from the AGM)
Featuring works by:
Jude Anogwih (Nigeria), Kuljit Choohan (UK), SoJin Chun (Canada), Ashim Haldar Sagor (Bangladesh), Taiki Sakpisit (Thailand), Smriti Mehra & Matt Lee (India), Nguyen Tan Hoang (USA), Elisha Lim (Canada), Shreyasi Kar (India), Ahmed Faisal Naveed (Pakistan), Pavitra Wickramasinghe (Canada).
‘Ink’, a short film that I made with artist Smriti Mehra is being shown this Friday as a part of ‘Mountain Light Box Cinema’; an evening of screenings and performance at Basket House Village Universe, London.
MOUNTAIN LIGHT BOX CINEMA
Friday 9th December
Doors open at 7pm
Screening from 7.30 – 10pm
Entry fee on the door £5
Booking essential – please email to confirm your seats
My non-linear and semi-autobiographical works examine the processes we use for communicating, manipulating and reading visual messages. In this series of British and Indian imagery, the frame and grid provide a structure that facilitates a dialogue between inside/ outside and a tension between what is known, assumed and thought.
‘Ink‘ is a short film that I shot in collaboration with artist Smriti Mehra at Balaji Lithographers in Bangalore. It is being screened from 25th May until 5th September as a part of ‘Paris-Delhi-Bombay/ Images de l’Inde’; an exhibition of French and Indian contemporary art at Centre Pompidou, Paris. For those who can read French, find out more here.