Culture erupts in forms, big and small, of exuberance and expenditure. Art is the "profit" or value that occurs when the sum-total of these outward, dissipative, luxurious forces is greater than the inward-pulling logic of nationalisms, identities, collections, or the self-gravity of artists and institutions. CAMP presents a set of expansions on this statement, via an illustrated history of expansion, dissipation, generosity and waste.
The pad.ma archive will be showing as a multi-terminal installation / exhibition in this library in Delhi.
British Council Library,
17, Kasturba Gandhi Marg,
New Delhi- 110001
10:00 am to 10:00 pm
Friday and Saturday,
August 21 and 22, 2009
EK DOZEN PAANI - Screening
28th June, 2009
To be followed by a discussion with filmmakers, Durga Gudilu, Govindi Gudilu and Ismail Sharif.
As part of The State of Urban Water.
A day-long engagement by PUKAR in collaboration with SOAK
Organised by Nikhil Anand.
A discussion with and presentations by Robert Sember, (Ultra-red), Florian Schneider (Kein.org), Graham Harwood (MediaShed), Ashok Sukumaran (CAMP)
Organised by Shaina Anand.
155 Vauxhall Street
London SE11 5RHread more
CAMP was awarded the main Jury prize at the 9th Sharjah Biennial for Wharfage, a two-part project including a book and a radio transmission.
AshokS shows The Neighbour at p3, a large underground space opposite Baker Street tube station, London. The exhibition is on until April 9, 2009.
ShainaA and AshokS walk through the Indian Highway exhibition and discuss some of the video material that has had second or third lives... 21st Feb, 2009
SanjayB presented Pad.ma at Info-activism Camp in Bangalore, February 2009.