From Janta Colony to Janta Colony (imaginary to destroyed)
Via print and film, music, love, bulldozers, state propaganda and peoples archives. Part-I: 1950 to 1982
This presentation uses a range of archival materials: local press, mini-institutional archives such as that of BUILD (Bombay Industrial League of Development), and city-based documentary and fiction film, to tell story about housing in the city. We are taken from the imaginary Janta Colony that is the cornerstone of Raj Kapoor's Shree 420, to the actual Janata Colony demolitions in the late 1970s in the BARC area from which people were moved into Cheeta Camp among many "inner migrations" of city dwellers to places like Mankhurd and Jogeshwari in this period. We are reminded of various aspects of the "housing question" that are are not only to do with power struggles over land and FSI, but a different landscape of solidarity and creativity among people living in the city, and those who moved here.
From Janta Colony to Janta Colony (imaginary to destroyed) Via print and film, music, love, bulld
(imaginary to destroyed) A Journey through Housing in Bombay Part-I: 1950 to 1982 Tuesday, 29th
A Journey through Housing in Bombay/Mumbai, Part II (1982 to 2004) Through Transit Camps, the Slum
"From Footpath to Flat (via FSI)" video lecture by CAMP, part two of a series, at KRVIA auditorium at 11 am.
"From Janta Colony to Janta Colony" video lecture by CAMP, part one of a series, at KRVIA auditorium at 11 am.
CAMP presents a sequence of 10 images from their work, in which new shapes appear, stretched across technologies, imaginations and actual geography, after the network.
General Rehearsal A show in three acts from the collections of V-A-C, MMOMA and KADIST
We invite you in the cities of Batticaloa, Bombay, Chittagong, Delhi, Dhaka, Karachi, Khulna, Kolkata and Lahore, to change the course of a film's history, sip from its waters, taste its oddness of...
CAMP at Sheher o Funn, the inaugural biennale of the city of Lahore with From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf.
From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf
2020 is a self-organised group of artists, architects, filmmakers and live art practitioners, who came together to produce a group imagination of and reflection upon, the near future.
A non-imperial view from the 'Other Boat', counter to images of the 'distressed seas'. With a presentation and screening of From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf at Transmediale 2018.