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|Event Name||Asialink and Utopia present a program of moving images: India Art Fair|
|Start Date||27th Jan 2012 12:00pm|
|End Date||27th Jan 2012 7:30pm|
|Duration||7 hours and 30 minutes|
|Description||Shadowlife embraces moving image with all its directness, theatricality and immediacy by confronting stereotypes and acting out scenarios.
Artists: Six internationally renowned contemporary Australian Aboriginal artists; Vernon Ah Kee, Bindi Cole, Destiny Deacon and Virginia Fraser, Fiona Foley, Ivan Sen, Christian Thompson
Intimate Publics is an international program of videos curated by the pan-Asian collaborative network, Utopia. With the saturation of social media, notions of trust, surveillance and intimacy are changing dramatically. Intimate Publics uncovers an array of approaches to these dilemmas from emotive gestures, political performances and poignant encounters.
Artists: Nikhil Chopra (India), Daniel Crooks (Australia), Larissa Hjorth (Australia), Masaru Iwai (Japan), Amar Kanwar (India), Takashi Kuribayashi (Japan), Charles Lim (Singapore), Minouk Lim (Korea), Tran Luong (Vietnam), Jewyo Rhii (Korea)
Seamless: Three months in Delhi with Kush Badhwar and Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad
In 2011 Kush Badhwar and Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad undertook an Asialink residency as a collaborative duo at Sarai, a program of the Centre of the Study of Developing Societies in Delhi. The film screening Seamless: Three months in Delhi with Kush Badhwar and Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad is the culmination of the pair’s residency in Delhi and journey through India. Seamless forms part of an ongoing investigation by the artists in using design elements and moving image to render public space as an expansive studio. Acute observations and collected images of quotidian behaviour are projected to ground the fleeting moments of public life, patterns of movement and their transitory nature.
Artists: Kush Badhwar (Australia), Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad (Australia), Pratik Sagar (India)
Date: Friday 27th January 2012
Time: 12-3:30pm and 4-7:30pm
Venue: Video Lounge, India Art Fair, Delhi
Created: 18 January 2012 4:11pm
Last Modified: 25 January 2012 9:49am
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