• Dharmendra Prasad: In search of Borderless Utopia

    Dharmendra Prasad’s new mixed-media installation, spread over the wall and floor, resembles an agrarian setting as the Assam-based artist uses large amounts of crop residue in his work. Books are scattered all over the installation. A video monitor, showing an agricultural field, is placed inside a box, which is also covered in crop residue. At …

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  • Sentinels of Belonging – Tales from Our Lands

    The recent group show A-PART: Stories of Lands and Lines at Akar Prakar Contemporary, New Delhi showcases the works of eight artists from the North East India including the states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Sikkim and Tripura. Curated by the Pranamita B and Vikash N Kumar of the Zero Gravity Collective, the show comprises of the …

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    Noah’s Ark – Exploring an Allegory of Home

    As one enters the black and white spaces where Prithpal S Ladi’s work is being shown – one is struck with an overwhelming sensation of unfamiliarity. Even as an art-enthusiast who has followed up on his work earlier, ‘Noah’s Ark’ destabilizes one’s familiar ideas – of abode, of home, of the outside. Born in Shillong, …

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  • The Breaking of the Fourth wall, Dadaism and Manir Mrittik

    One of the greatest intriguing concepts that has faced the modern metaphysical philosophy as well as Aesthetics is the fourth wall. The concept that credited to French Art Critic, Philosopher and playwright: Denis Diderot in the 1750s acknowledged the existence of an imaginary wall between the art and the audience. In any form of art, …

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