Japanese artist RyotaKuwakubo shadow-play installation creates a magic chamber of familiar and imaginary constellations of perceptions and recollections....

Dated: March 23, 2015


For Mumbai-based artist Sahaj Rahal, conversation is of the essence. His installations, films, and live performances draws on a characters from a variety of sources — from mythology to science...

By: K.G. SREENIVAS              Dated: March 23, 2015


You cannot miss it... Like the vertebral remains of a giant monster from the age of dinosaurs, it lies, as if arrested in time,under the deepening shadows of the trees...

By: K.G. SREENIVAS             Dated: March 23, 2015


SUDHIR PATWARDHAN, one of India’s top contemporary artists, brings to his trypitch ‘Building a Home: Exploring the World’, and ‘Encounters in Time’ at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale labyrinthine reflections on the...

By: K.G. SREENIVAS              Dated: March 23, 2015


Valsan Koorma Kolleri finds little distinction between art and life. For him art is life and life art. Bearded, of slim build, summer hat, bespoke, self-designed turtle-neckcotton shirt, cargoes, and...

By: K.G. SREENIVAS             Dated: March 20, 2015


ED D’SOUZA is an artist,a designer, and an academic who, in his practice, blends both “theoretical and contextual thinking about design and art”. Ed is currently Head of School, Winchester...

By: K.G. SREENIVAS             Dated: March 20, 2015

Art in the times of community

Pune-based Malayali artist Nandakumar engages local heritage circuit in an innovative project at a Biennale collateral show ...

Dated: January 24, 2015

For Ho art lies in sweat

Singaporean artist Ho Rui An says his installation, blending thought and humour, was inspired by ‘sweat’ as depicted on the shirt of legendary Dutch anthropologist Charles Le Roux’s statue ...

Dated: January 23, 2015

Mesmeric, Transient

It’s a toy train at the heart of it all. Casting giant shadows several times larger than itself and unspooling magic... Inside the dark room is a barely visible little...

Dated: January 06, 2015

Benitha Perciyal’s fragrant sculptures a sensorial experience

In the historically redolent Pepper House, Benitha Perciyal unexpectedly encountered faith — cast in stone. One of Benitha’s installations provoked an animated response from a visitor. Describing it as a...

Dated: January 01, 2015

Visualising earth’s rotation at real-time speed

Four years ago, Christian Waldvogel boarded a plane and flew westward at supersonic speed to shoot a video that succeeded in showing that the earth “turned for a while...

Dated: December 26, 2014

Gigi Scaria’s giant bell installation explores history, myth

Viewed from a distance and without referencing local history or folklore, the giant metal bell on the placid seaside would appear like an installation that simply heralds the experimental spirit...

Dated: December 15, 2014



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