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Negotiation in Contested Space Part - I

conceived by Renuka Sawhney

Jyothi Basu
Pooja Iranna
Baiju Parthan
Sumedh Rajendran
K. P. Reji
N. N. Rimzon
T. V. Santhosh
Gigi Scaria

March 18 - May 25, 2017


at
The Guild, Alibaug.

   
 

 

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The Guild is thrilled to present the works of Jyothi Basu, Pooja Iranna, Baiju Parthan, Sumedh Rajendran, K. P. Reji, N. N. Rimzon, T. V. Santhosh, and
Gigi Scaria in the exhibition, Negotiation in Contested Space. The show has been conceived by Renuka Sawhney, an independent curator and writer. A full essay for the exhibition will be forthcoming shortly. 

Modernist and post-modernist modes of aesthetic and conceptual representation continue to engender a symbiotic relationship with the contemporary languages of fractured narratives, forms, and shifting and often unstable contexts; the more so perhaps to render the experience of being in an increasingly complex world in search of languages that capture a fraction of this interplay, revealing an ongoing negotiation of contested space.

In search of the the languages, the artists in Negotiation in Contested Space formulate their roles as the directors of spaces suspending modernist, traditional, and contemporary uses of representation by crafting supple languages accommodating multiple subjects, objects, and contexts and staging and situating these in the occupations of contemporary space. By making specific choices in terms of myth-making, symbology, architectural framing, and perspective, these artists claim their place of occupation as the frame within which systemic structures, individual narratives, forms, and context engender one anotherís negotiation. 

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