Friday, March 14, 2003
an insight into the works of Ashim Ghosh, AUDIOVISIONARY
multiple media artist from New Delhi, INDIA
13 March 2003, 12.30pm - 1.30pm
The Nanyang Playhouse, Performance Space
National Institute of Education
Yunnan Garden Campus
The artist will present the following :
* Studio Stories - celebrating the Indian photo studio... (a video shot
* Home Street Home - images of poverty
* meta-grapple & twiddle (a video shot in Singapore in 2003)
* The Missing Ling - images of the impact of masculinity
Ashim Ghosh is a multiple media artist who represents a broad range of
expertise and experience, with interventions spanning photography,
photo-archiving, soundscape, video and live music performance. He is one
of India's contemporary photographers, having exhibited widely,
nationally and internationally. He has collaborated with a wide range of
artists, musicians and dancers, creating works with contemporary foci.
He also straddles the international corporate world by producing and
directing communication modules and undertaking change oriented
corporate training. His artistic concerns are regarding the current
state of the world, as he hangs on to his sense of humour in these dark
Admission is free. All are welcome
Khoj Residency Programme Information
We are organizing 2 residencies this year.
4-5 artists will participate in each residency programme.
Duration: 6 weeks
1. Mid August- end september 2003
2. Early Novmeber - Mid December 2003.
KHOJ will charge a total amount of Rs 35,000/- (US $ 730/-) for
accommodation and studio rent for the period of 6 weeks.
In addition you would require a minimum of
Rs 10,000/- ( US $ 200/- ) towards food and local transportation
Rs 10,000/-( US $200/-) towards cost of materials and your return airfare.
An individual studio will be provided to each artist which is about 5 kms
form the KHOJ guesthouse. The studios are situated in an urban village . We
facilitate arrangements with local photography labs, editing studios and
other institutions if required and on request.
You will be provided accomodation at the KHOJ office - cum - guesthouse
premises which is a 3 bedroom flat ( with attatched baths) in a central part
of New Delhi. There is a small kitchen with cooking facilities and a 24 hour
housekeeper. Situated behind a commercial market, it has several
restaurants, transportation facilities and great markets!
A small exhibition /open studio of work done during the residency will be
organized at the end of the residency period.
We shall organize one or two lectures in established art institutions in the
city so do bring slides/videos of your work and those of your contemporaries
to share with us.
If you would like to work on a particular project with a particular
community please be in touch immediately so that we can make arrangements
and see what would be possible.
The residency will be documented in the KHOJ catalogue which is brought out
annually. Copies of the same will be made available to you for your record.
Information required from you
Please send us your cv, images and other visual material by email and snail
mail to the following address
KHOJ International Artists Workshop
A74A South Extension Part II
Tel: 91-11- 6250927
If you have any other questions or need further clarifications, please feel
free to ask and we will be happy to answer.
> LASALLE-SIA COLLEGE OF THE ARTS
> SCHOOL OF FINE ART
> DEPARTMENT OF DEGREE STUDIES
> cordially invites you to the
> OPEN STUDIOS at Studio 106
> Tuesday 18 March 2003
> 6 pm
> 106, Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427833
> Thereafter, studios are open by appointment from 18 - 24 March Please
> contact the studios at 6344 5925, or Ye Shufang, Dept of Degree Studies
GRAFFITI @ THE SK8TS
ROMEO & JULIET 2010
Catch one of the biggest mural production being done by graffiti artists on the 15th and March 2003. Operation Art Core will be doing this production together with upcoming and aspiring graff crews and solo artists ("AMC", "Artforze", "STG", "LLP", "Sandman", "Kaze") and many others. Also catch some live performances by our local emcees and bboys. This graffiti session is part of the Romeo & Juliet set organized by Dramaplus Arts & Youthopia!.
If you are aged between 12-25, you can also grab the mic and rap your ass out in our video booth. The best MC verses will be played on a giant screen during the play.
Show starts at 11am till 6pm.