University of Chicago invited CAMP to present at the Sawyer Seminar.
Urban Art and the Network: Infrastructure Symposium with Rahul Mehrotra and CAMP.
Location - Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry
Shape Recognition A particular irony occurs when say, the official water supply system of a city like Mumbai is unable to recognise the rain that falls down all over its "network". This system has a bad case of "operational closure", at the same time as it has a leaky materiality. Art's engagement with such networked realities has to do with a formal and sensorial analysis of the failure, decay, parasitism, loopiness and new kinds of hierarchy and neurality that actual networked systems have produced all around us. It is no longer an idealism or criticism of the form. The question then is what emerges when an environment seemingly saturated with a concept meets an artistic practice, for which to network means - to jump domains rather than stay in one protocol, to infiltrate and create unexpected intimacies, to montage reality and the imperceptible - akin to the cut in film.
Mumbai-based transdisciplinary studio CAMP present a sequence of 10 examples from their work, in which new shapes appear stretched across technologies, imaginations and actual geography, after the network.
CAMP exhibition at ARGOS, Brussels as part of new beginnings at ARGOS itself.
A 100-foot long branching sequence of cutouts drawing from the photo archives of The Hindu, a 140-year old newspaper. Cutouts here are a way of reframing existing photographs as new organisms and to create a new boundary or border for the image.
On three screens, a city-symphony filmed by automated CCTV cameras in Amsterdam pushing their optical and motor 'patrolling' capacities to an extreme.
In advance of CAMP's solo at De Appel and in collaboration with LIMA - a screening of two of the studio’s earlier acclaimed projects that examine surveillance, society, and cinematic apparatus.
New work at the Chennai Photobiennial, drawing from the photo archives of The Hindu, a 140-year old newspaper based out of Chennai.
CAMP presented at the Inhabited Sea roundtable at IIT Bombay. "An initiative that seeks to create a new imaginary for the terrain of Mumbai."
Save the date for this event with Aajeevika Bureau. The format is, watching 60 projected photographs over two hours, while talking about them. Several photographers will attend.
The Fourth in our series of Archival Journeys, "Part 4: From Bandra North to Khar East". KRVIA Auditorium, from 11 am.
Celebrates its 40th year with an inventory of 40 films and a publication. CAMPs From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf along with films of Wang Bing, Edward Yang, Tsai Ming-Liang, Lav Diaz, Akram Zaatari, Lucrecia Martel, Hou Hsiao-hsien, Abbas Kiarostami...
From the rooftop of this artists' studio in Chuim Village, you are taken on a virtual tour of the neighbourhood. 90 minutes: Live video, audio and archival print material, with live commentary.