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LECTURES & DISCUSSIONS

Keynote Address by David Campany

In his keynote speech David Campany explores the tension that exists between affection and suspicion in our relationship to contemporary photography. 

David Campany is a British writer, scholar, curator and artist working mainly in photography. He currently holds a post as teacher in photography theory and practice at the University of Westminster, London UK.

 

Courtesy: British Council, India.

Panel Discussion – What is Photography in the 21st Century?

As images may no longer be made by the act of taking a photograph, an eminent panel discusses what is photography any more.

Panelists: Regina Anzenberger, Artist, Founder and Director Anzenberger Agency, Austria

(Coutesy Austrian Cultural Forum, New Delhi) | Devika Daulet Singh, Founder and Owner Photoink Gallery, New Delhi | David Campany, Writer, scholar, curator, artist and lecturer at the Unversity of Westminster, UK (Courtesy: British Council, India) | Rob Hornstra, Photographer, Holland |

Rahaab Allana, Curator Alkazi Foundation and Editor of Pix Quarterly (Moderator) 

Symposium – Engaging Communities: Taking Photography Beyond Photographers

A lecture by P Sainath on his PARI initiative, followed by a discussion with Kashmir Photo Collective, Nepal Photo Project & India Photo Project

Altaf Qadri, India

 

Anay Mann, India

 

Anne Golaz, Switzerland
Courtesy: Pro Helvetia - Swiss Arts Council
 
Aradhana Seth, India

 

Chien-Chi Chang, Taiwan

 

Mahendra Sinh, India

 

Naoya Hatakeyama, Japan

Courtesy: Japan Foundation

 

Nandan Ghiya, India

 

Olivier Culmann, France

Courtesy: Institut Francais en Inde

 
 

ARTIST TALKS

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Olivia Arthur, UK

Courtesy: British Council, India

 

Philipp Ebeling, Germany

Courtesy: British Council, India

 
Ram Rahman, India

 

Roger Ballen, USA

Courtesy: Photoink

 

Rob Hornstra, Netherlands

 

Sarker Protick, Bangladesh

 

Yoshikatsu Fujii, Japan

 

Vivan Sundaram, India
 

BOOK LAUNCHES

Nazar Photography Monographs 03, Kanu's Gandhi 

Amit Mehra, Roznaama

 

Sam Harris, The Middle of Somewhere

 

Chien-Chi Chang, Jet Lag

 

Olivia Arthur, Stranger & Phiilip Ebeling, Land without Past

PERFORMANCES

Ocean Size 

Still Dirty, India

 

The band performs to images by the following photographers: Akanksha Sharma, Alisa Resnik, Cyril Costilhes, Igor Pisuk, Leonard Pongo, Lorenzo Castore, Magdalena Wywrot, Scott Typaldos,  Tiane Doan de Champassak, Ying Ang and Yusuf Sevincli.

 

Jeet Thayil’s nomadic music project began in Berlin in 2013. The Delhi edition of
Still Dirty features a group of extraordinary musicians from the city’s independent music scene: Anup Kutty, founder member of Menwhopause; Tony Guinard, who works with The Ska Vengers and Jazz B’Stards, among others; Akshat Taneja of Faridkot and Udan Tashteri; and Bhanu Thakur of Menwhopause. 

 

 

In the Footsteps / Ballet

Sahil Vasudeva, India

 

Piece 1:  Igor Posner - In the Footsteps
Composed to Igor Posner’s On second thoughts.

Piece 2 : Alexey Brodovitch - Ballet
Exploring the book through the music of Ravel and Chopin.

 

Sahil is one of the few musicians in India who perform western classical music. He wishes to revive the art of solo piano performances, share the depth and his passion for classical composition.

 

 

Of River and Lost Lands

Sarker Protick, Bangladesh

 

The relationship between man and river; intimate and ruthless. For generations people live by it. We find dependency and destruction at the same time. It’s a contradictory affair. The river gives so much to its people and at times it takes away everything.

 

Sarker Protick came to photography when one day during his graduate studies at University, he decided to take a picture of the sun with a camera phone. The bright sun immediately crashed his phone, the light proving too intense for his camera, but it did ignite his desire to make pictures.

 

 

Photo-poetry: Ecstasies and other Teresian visions

Avani Tanya, India; Gayatri Ganju, India; & Diniz Sánchez, Portugal

 

Performance based on a photographic translation of the poetry of Teresa of Ávila, also called Saint Teresa of Jesus, one of the foremost mystic writers. 

Photographers Avani Tanya and Gayatri Ganju will give us their particular view on four of her poems. Choreographer Diniz Sanchezwill create a dance on the same poems that the photographers have been working on.

 

The Photo-poetry series is curated by Jesús Clavero Rodríguez