at Documenta13

Two exhibitions:

The Boat Modes in a house in the Karlsaue Park
and with Pad.ma on Afghan Films, in the ex-elisabeth hospital/ex-chinese restaurant.

Returning to Kassel in August for this:
http://andandand.org/events/non-capitalist-web/


The Boat Modes wall text:


A boat has many powers: to gather a society in its making, to distribute goods, to carry people and ideas across places that, it seems to us, are more different than ever before. The phrase “Boat modes” has a practical use here, which is to express the peculiar and flexible ways in which these boats are manifest in the Western Indian Ocean. But it also has other possibilities; such as to follow Bruno Latour in asking a question “in a way that a specific kind of agency appears.” A matter of tone, or key. Or to create further paths from these boats’ continued expansion of categories such as “sovereign”, “pirate”, “container”, “free trade”, “money”, and “work” at such points where known maritime histories and economics seem to say: “End!”

Modes appear at the intersection of forces and environments, and are arranged here in the shape of the constellation Pleiades, or Thurayya in Gujarati and Arabic navigation maps. They accompany a film that takes us on a journey from the Gulf of Kutch in India to the U.A.E. to Somali ports, and back. The songs in the film were all found, married to the cell-phone videos that you see.


The film is 60 minutes, and starts on the hour.


Credits

Co-commissioned by Documenta13 and the Sharjah Art Foundation

Camera: Shaina Anand, Junas Bhagad, Mrinal Desai, Sultan Hajji, Zakir Hussain, Mohammed Rafik, Ashok Sukumaran, Siddik Umer, the crew of Safina Al Zilani, Al Madina Mangrol, Al Naved, Sabir Priya and many others.

Editing: Shaina Anand, Sreya Chatterjee

Cruciforms: Ashok Sukumaran, Sindhu Thirumalaisamy, Prerna Bishnoi

With thanks to: Sanjay Bhangar, Zinnia Ambapardiwala, Ranjana Dave at CAMP
Fahad Bishara, Jatin Dua, Kaizad Gherda, Nida Ghouse, Engseng Ho, Eungie Joo, Faiza Khan, Altaf Makhiawala, Radhamohini Prasad, Edward Simpson, Samia Rab, Julia Stoff, Kathy Zarur, and the Foundation for Arts Initiatives.

Gallery: at Documenta13
Wharfage

At first, a project on the creek in Sharjah, from where a large number of ships leave for Somali ports.

Lahore Biennale 01

CAMP at Sheher o Funn, the inaugural biennale of the city of Lahore with From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf.

Fwd: Re: Archive

The central event of a month-long gathering organised around the 10th anniversary of Pad.ma the footage archive, and the 5th anniversary of Indiancine.ma.



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THE NEW MEDIUM III: Multi-Screen Cinema

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CAMP’s From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf (2013) at the Len Lye Center Cinema, New Plymouth

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via RTI, TDR, Cyprus, Speculative Housing, Capital Flight, GBGB Andolan, Multicam Stings, Drone Leaks, Abu, Adarsh, Alyque, Naezy, Nayak, Rajjo, Tiger, .pdf and .xlsx.

Part 3 of our video-lectures on housing histories of Bombay-Mumbai 6:30 pm

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