November 21, 2017

Exhibition: Disappearing Dialogues

By Payal Khandelwal

‘Disappearing Dialogues’ exhibition starts from 23rd November at Bikaner House in Delhi, and goes on till 29th November.

Through its various projects and collateral events, Disappearing Dialogues captures a series of interactions with nature, people and objects that are on the verge of becoming extinct. And it hopes to inspire people to treasure and preserve what they possibly can. The whole project is conceived and curated by artist Nobina Gupta who is currently working in the Baghelkhand and Bundelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh, in collaboration with Art Ichol, a visual arts centre in Maihar.

Apart from Nobina, the other 14 national and international professionals who have come together for Disappearing Dialogues are:

Amritah Sen, visual artist, Kolkata
Sandeep Dhopate, photographer, Mumbai
Shatarupa Thakurta Roy, assistant professor, IIT Kanpur
Clare Elizabeth Kennedy, architect, Australia
Shilo Engelbrecht, fashion and textile designer, Australia
Lenny Rubenovitch, furniture artist, Canada
Rita Banerji, filmmaker, Delhi and North East
Ulrike Reinhard, social reformer, Germany
Shashwati G. Ghosh, Odissi dancer, Kolkata
Nidhi Khurana, textile artist, New Delhi
Abhisheka K Ecological, artist and educator, Bangalore
Pipson Sebastian Mampilli, entrepreneur on sustainable living, Bangalore
Trish Bygott and Nathan Crotty, textile designers, Australia
Payal Nath, designer and social entrepreneur, Kolkata

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