REVIEWS

/ Kochi
View of Marzia Farhana, Ecocide and the Rise of Free Fall , 2018.
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Balamohan Shingade

In August 2018, four months before the fourth Kochi-Muziris Biennale opened, Kerala was hit by a catastrophic monsoon. It resulted in the worst flooding in the region for over a century: more than 300 people died and an estimated 220,000 were left homeless. The devastation of the floods brings the... continue reading
Ouyang Jianghe, Untitled, 2016.
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Emma Sumner

Guest curated by artist Sudarshan Shetty, the third edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB), titled “Forming in the pupil of an eye,” is an assembly of artist-created realities. Shetty outlines his curatorial concept with the story of a young traveler who went on a long journey to meet a sage. When... continue reading
“Whorled Explorations”

KOCHI-MUZIRIS BIENNALE, Kochi

Andrew Ananda Voogel, Kalapani: The Jahaji’s Middle Passage, 2014.
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Erika Balsom

Along the edge of the Arabian Sea in Fort Kochi, men haul in so-called Chinese fishing nets, now a popular tourist attraction, while beyond them container ships move in and out of the industrial port. Both testify to the region’s importance as a site of transnational circulation, centuries old and... continue reading

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