> 2020 Projection Showcase

 

words; shouted, blabbered, shattered in between the walls 

 

GUEST CURATOR:
Sadia Marium (Bangladesh)

Projection Screening + Q&A with Curators & Artists
Live on Facebook & Zoom: 6.00pm (+7GMT) Saturday, 5 Dec 2020.

CURATOR’S NOTE

Some say the pandemic has created its own clock. It has distorted our sense of time. Past, present, future all blend together and are intensified in the virtual space. Confused about reality, our brains are blabbering words to contemplate the time and space we wish to orientate ourselves, long for making a relationship or probably a simple connection. The words are uttered, shrieked in these ephemeral walls, echoed and shattered into pieces, sometimes coherent, usually inarticulate; create a sense of existence, or crack up in the silence.

Corruption, state surveillance, anxiety, violence, protest at ‘now’ or ‘Pre-Corona world’ are constructing hypothetical ‘new realities’ or predictable ‘fictions’ every day. This is a collection of works by the artists who inquire about the time in which we find our bearings and our ways of claiming shares in spaces-virtual & physical. They question the role of their own body, dissect the anatomy and analyze what is being marked and what left unmarked, and in the process, who is watching, constructing falsehoods, and who is being watched. The works draw profoundly on personal experiences of past, present, and imaginary futures.

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Curator BiographY

Sadia Marium dreamed of being a filmmaker, found herself as a Merchandiser and presently works as an independent photographer based in Dhaka. Sadia’s practice pollinates with the process of creating photographs, video and alternative printing methods. ‘Intrusion’ intrigues her the most. Ordinary characters, unremarkable memories, spaces and objects are the protagonists of her works to trace the overlap of reality & fiction, private & public. After her Bachelors in Marketing, Sadia studied Professional Photography at Pathshala South Asian Media Institute, Dhaka, Bangladesh and now teaching at the same institute. She aspires to become a stand up comedian.

SHOWCASE: “words; shouted, blabbered, shattered in between the walls”

Featured photographers

Effortless Effort (2020)

Effortless Effort (2020)

Abir Shome (Bangladesh)

America: A Discourse

America: A Discourse

Amy Parrish (USA)

Memoirs of Yan Khtovich

Memoirs of Yan Khtovich

Asya Zhetvina (Russia)

In The Room

In The Room

Animikh Chakrabarty (India)

Where the Mind is Without Fear

Where the Mind is Without Fear

Anisha Baid (India)

Ennui

Ennui

Ennuh Tiu (Philippines)

Educational Scenario

Educational Scenario

Fajri Azhari (Indonesia)

Who Gets To See The Sun

Who Gets To See The Sun

Fransisca Angela (Indonesia)

Where Do You Go To My Lovely

Where Do You Go To My Lovely

Homayra Adiba (Bangladesh)

Memory Box

Memory Box

Jahnabi Mitra (India)

Tufaan

Tufaan

Kirti Kumari (India)

Clear Mandate

Clear Mandate

Khoo Guo Jie & Juliana Tan (Singapore)

Cosmology of Confinement

Cosmology of Confinement

Lee-Marie Sadek (Lebanon)

My Body Is

My Body Is

Leticia Zica (Brazil)

Before I Forget

Before I Forget

Naman Shrivastava (India)

Playfield of Sand

Playfield of Sand

Ragini Nath (India)

Ain

Ain

Riti Sengupta (India)

A Surrogate Mourner

A Surrogate Mourner

Robic Upadhayay (Nepal)

Town Boy

Town Boy

Sathish Kumar (India)