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Art as a Place
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Section 9, Sarai Reader 09: Projections
Artists, practitioners and writers part of Sarai Reader 09: The Exhibition, curated by Raqs Media Collective, 18 August 2012-16 April 2013, reflect the possibilities emergent from the exhibition.
Delhi
Frieze, Issue 148, June 2012
Read Raqs' Short Essay on the Delhi Art Scene by going to THIS LINK and scrolling down.
Has the Moment of the Contemporary Come and Gone?
Raqs Media Collective with Ravi Sundaram and Daniela Zyman (2012)
Read the transcript of the panel discussion hosted by Raqs Media Collective during the Speakers' Forum at India Art Fair 2012 in Delhi by going to the Asia Art Archive's e-journal, "Field Notes" HERE
Grab the Wind
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2011, Visual Essay
In Le Journal de La Triennale #3, April 14th 2012, Palais de Tokyo, Paris. See the entire issue HERE.
In the Theatre of Memory: The Work of Contemporary Art in the Photographic Archive
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In Lalit Kala Contemporary #52 (Journal), Photography as Art and Practice in India, 2012
The surface the photograph has to be seen as a contested terrain. Appearing on it, or disappearing from it, is not a matter of visual whimsy, but an actual index of power and powerlessness.
EveryBox
In Manifesta Journal, #13
On time present, past and future. Read EVERYBOX
Space is a Doubt
Interview of Raqs Media Collective by Silvia Calvarese
We are never out of place, wherever we may be. Read HERE.
Six Nervous Fragments
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In 'Seeing With Eyes Closed', eds Elena Agudio, Ivana Franke, Association of Neuroesthetics, Berlin, 2011
The contribution draws on some texts, conversations and images. It attempts to invoke our perplexity, amazement and anxiousness about the neurological processes and its examination.
Premonitory Machines
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by Philip Monk, April 2011
More than just triangulated between its tenses of past, present, and future, time itself is fractured. Premonition haunts time and disrupts its unbroken smooth flow forward. Progress is not (self)-assured. Time here rather is achronological. The future that beckons us with its fluctuating video glare from the far wall of the gallery is not what was past promised by the progress of history.
Off-Modern: A Conversation with Raqs
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With Moinak Biswas, for humanitiesunderground, August 2011
Let’s think momentarily of modernism as a four lane highway, let’s say – a ‘national highway’ that claims to take you from A to B, and then let us imagine a few tracks off the high road – that meander alongside, and cross the highway, some-times in a disorderly, zigzag fashion...We see our journeys taking place sometimes on the high road, and often, when we need to get to destinations that the highway ignores, on the off-tracks.
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