A Timeline and a Film, with Priya Sen

7:00 pm ASSEMBLY, 30 min.
Followed by a discussion with Priya

S reads out this poem by Vinod Kumar Shukl.

हताशा से एक व्यक्ति बैठ गया था
व्यक्ति को मैं नहीं जानता था
हताशा को जानता था
इसलिए मैं उस व्यक्ति के पास गया

मैंने हाथ बढ़ाया
मेरा हाथ पकड़कर वह खड़ा हुआ
मुझे वह नहीं जानता था
मेरे हाथ बढ़ाने को जानता था

हम दोनों साथ चले
दोनों एक दूसरे को नहीं जानते थे
साथ चलने को जानते थे

-7th February 2020
Fatima Sheikh Savitribai Phule Library, Shaheenbagh.
From ASSEMBLY, A timeline from Shaheen Bagh. 30 min


Filmed in Ambedkar Nagar, Delhi over 15 months, Yeh Freedom Life tries to keep up with its protagonists. One of them works at a local beauty parlour, the other runs the family’s small cigarette counter at a crowded intersection. They are surrounded by a cacophonous city; they are both in love with other women. "We realised in this duration, that we were making a film in which love was at the centre, and everything else moved around it. Most of what we had to do was to try and follow its swirls and currents and be present through its heartbreaks and epiphanies. In the end, what had revealed itself to us was intense, yet precarious love - and to paraphrase a line a friend wrote about the film - lives that were fully open to its uncertainties".

Language: Hindi with English subtitles
Direction & Editing: Priya Sen
Cinematography: Ankur Ahuja
Sound Mix: Hashtone, Mumbai

Followed by a discussion with Priya.

Priya Sen is an artist working across film, video, sound, and installation. Her work has largely centered around questions of form, urban ethnographies, music, and migration–mainly in New Delhi, a city in which she chooses to situate her practice. Priya was a long-time member of the Cybermohalla Project at Sarai. Her films have been presented at the Flaherty Seminar 2019, among other festivals and venues.

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Followed by a discussion with Anamika Haksar and many cast and crew members.

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Evenings at CAMP Rooftop

A roof-top venue that has been active since 2007, in this location since 2009.

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SUSPENDED :( Hope to be back in the near future
This season of projections at CAMP begins on weekend evenings starting Saturday, February 29, or leap year day.

Broken Cameras

The Neighbour Before the House
Al Jaar Qabla Al Daar
الجار قبل الدار

What the Cameras Saw and Remembered

Two films by CAMP
Al Jaar Qabla Al Daar (The Neighbour before the House)
From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf

Captial Circus (2009)

The Unfaithful Octopus
MAIIAM Contemporary

To See is To Change

with Bombay Tilts Down (2022) and A Photogenic Line, (2019) as part of Photo 24, Melbourne.
In this pair of large-scale works, CAMP explore two sides of their practice; one that produces experimental film and video, often with unusual equipment and angles of participation, and another that creates and animates archives of moving images, documents and photography.


Low-End Therapy
By Swadesi crew Kaali Duniya (Bamboy/Tushar Adhav) with guest MC's Kranti Naari, Pratika, MC Mawali, Khabardar Revolt.
BassBrahma and RaakShas Sound
Equality on the dance floor.


A tour of the work with CAMP in three acts.
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13 January 6 pm
14 January 7:30 pm
20 January 7 pm

Bombay Tilts Down in Mumbai!

7-channel environment. 13 mins, on loop with two alternating soundtracks

A vertical landscape movie in facets. Filmed remotely by one CCTV camera from a single-point location atop a 35-floor building on E. Moses Road during the pandemic.

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