The YS project in 2018 expands points of contact, explores sightlines of common struggles and aspirations in South Asia, looking at the reassertion and reinvention of geographies, facilitating conversations and narratives.
Honey is one of the world’s most magical of foods- made of nectar concentrated down to a sweet stickiness by thousands of bees working together in the hive.
Dwell into the beneficial nature of Feni- a local goan liquor that has been used to combats common ailments for generations.
The hope is to build the Pavilion such that they can be put into use prior to the start of the festival to sell products that actually could be made in the structure, to showcase historical Goan craft.
It is a local market concept where the audiences can come experience diverse local stalls like the fish market, organic market. It is a local market concept where the audiences can come experience diverse local stalls like the fish market, organic market.
Bandish antaakshari, a performance-based game, portrays bandishes or compositions from the Hindustani art music tradition through antaakshari, an engaging recreational pastime that revolves round popular music from films.
The history of photography in India presents some unexplored, and unexpected gaps. One of the most understudied concepts is that of ‘vernacular’ photography—a term often applied to quotidian images. This exhibition seeks to broaden the engagement with the term ‘vernacular’ in order to think about how we can enhance our lens-culture and better understand the lesser known histories of photography.
An exhibition developed around the proposition of ‘the sacred everyday’—the interrelationship between the domain of the divine, iconic and religious on the one hand, and the realm of the human, intimate and domestic on the other.
Bringing together a selection of artists and collection materials OUT OF TURN, curated by Meenakshi Thirukode in collaboration with Asia Art Archive, draws attention to the rise of performance art across South Asia since its earliest instances in the 1970s connecting to other instances across Asia
Originally part of the ancient gaunkari system, enjoy the ‘Tinto’ (marketplace) experience, with stalls serving organic and Saraswat thalis, freshly-made fish dishes, pickles, meat dishes and desserts through an artistic representation of a true Goan story.
To Die Upon a Kiss… is a Kathakali performance, based on the world famous tragedy Othello by William Shakespeare. Constituting one of the most prominent classical dance forms of India, Kathakali is characterised by elaborate make up, face-masks and costumes. The characters will be presenting edited scenes of Shakespeare’s play, touching upon the broad themes of downfall, betrayal, and love.
A project that will aim at touching lives through personal stories that will be performed in an intimate space such as Home. We invite short plays that will perform in different homes in Goa.
What happens when a woman enters the professional space of a form performed by men for the last 800 years? Akshayambara explores the representation of the feminine within the male-dominated practice of Yakshagana. Drawing from research and personal experience, the performance imagines a reversal of roles in the popular Yakshagana plot of Draupadi Vastrapaharana.
A performance that explores motifs from nature represented in song-texts expressed in the repertoire of Qawwals, Bauls and Manganiars.
An exhibition that explores handcraft in India through objects of utility for everyday living, through an abstract installation of the home-workshop environment. This exhibition highlights how material handcrafts in India are experienced through collaborations.