Launching in July 2017, New Art Exchange will exhibit Bhairav – a film by Munir Kabani and Nikhil Chopra, and a sound installation, Dam Pani by Tasawar Bashir. Starting on Friday 14 July, a number of live art performances will take place to complete the installation of Bhairav.
During his residency, Sahej Rahal will work with found objects, created tools, costumes and instruments to develop a meandering episodic narrative, wherein absurd shamanic beings perform ritualistic acts of transit across the landscape of Nottingham.
From February 2017 to March 2018, Delfina Foundation launches a research initiative that explores the evolving status of collections of art and artefacts in the UK and India, through residencies and new commissions in relation to the notion of what a collection is, towards thinking about what it could become.
Primary (Nottingham) and Maraa (Bangalore) are co-organising an intensive four-day Lab on Art in Public Space, bringing together collectives from across India who work creatively in public space for in-depth sharing of practice, reflection and critical conversation.
Launching the programme in the UK, March 2017 with exhibitions, performances and residencies.
Scheduled for March 2018 at mac Birmingham, Birmingham Summit will be a culminating point in HTE taking place over two days.