Looking back to the days which have passed by since the world was confronted with the deadly virus which along with the existing crisis caused by climate change and the growth of social conservatism and nationalism coupled with the constant erosion of democratic rights poses a severe problem for the global society.
The works to be performed in this series of concerts, aim to encourage embracing an attentive, inclusive and contemplative listening practice as a course of action to address the contemporary crises of the world, from a climate breakdown to rising social conservatism. The idea revolves around listening as a creative act to engage more compassionately with the environment and various others who inhabit it.
Celebrating World Radio Day on Saturday, Feb 13, 2021 with a very special program. Please log in at 9 pm (India time) tomorrow @ https://radionopal.com.
A video projection exhibition, Art Heals, will showcase a series of artworks produced by selected international visual artists during their Covid-19 lockdown isolation.
The practice of embodying the story. The physical expression of an inner experience is termed as anubhava by Bharata in the Natya Shastra.
This talk introduces Chattopadhyay’s two books, placing them within his body of work around site, sound and sonic auto-ethnography. The Auditory Setting (2021) investigates how narrative and a sense of place are constructed in film and media arts through the reproduction and mediation of site-specific environmental sounds, or ‘ambience’.
OUR MEMORY-OUR SMELL-OUR DEATHS-OUR MADNESS: Which body acts? Which body resists? Which body has eyes? Which one stares? Which one falls asleep? Which one is alive? Which one is living dead?
New Culture is happy to publish The Forbidden Genes of Genet: a script by Dr. Janardan Ghosh. The script and the play was based on the life of Jean Genet.
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