Looking for the Invisible- The Abstract in South Asian Arts





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Published on Jun 7, 2012

With Christopher Bannerman, Sheba ChhaChhi, Shobana Jeyasingh, Gautam Malkani, Sadanand Menon, Anita Ratnam, Sonia Sabri, Alaknanda Samarth, Anusha Subramanyam, Chitra Sundaram and Tim Supple.

Looking for the Invisible - The 'Abstract' in South Asian Arts

Akademi in collaboration with The Place presented an opportunity
to engage in a cross-cultural, multi-disciplinary dialogue between
eminent artists across the world of South Asian arts. The symposium
investigated where abstract lies in the South Asian arts through
the work of six prominent creators. Invited artists narrated and
presented their work through informal conversations with their peers
and took participating audiences through a personal journey of
artistic/creative discovery. This event was an uplifting
and inspiring afternoon for all curious creators, thinkers, artists
and audiences.

Looking for the Invisible follows an established history of
groundbreaking symposiums such as South Asian Aesthetics -
Unwrapped! (Royal Opera House), No Man's Land - Exploring
South Asianness (ICA), and Frame by Frame - A Symposium on the
Dance of Indian Cinema and its Transition into Bollywood Dancing
(Royal Opera House).


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