Clay In Conversation
Curated by: Indian Ceramics Triennale & G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture
Join us for Clay in Conversation, where artists Savia Mahajan, Sukhdev Rathod, and Madhvi Subrahmanian, participating in the first edition of the Indian Ceramics Triennale (ICT), will present their projects.
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The presentations will be followed by a conversation on the shifting landscape of contemporary Ceramics in India and the need for a medium-specific Triennale.
The panel includes Abhay Sardesai - Editor, Art India Magazine (2002- present), Sangita Kathiwada - Director, Morarka Foundation for Arts, Jal Aria - Member of the Faculty of Architecture and a long time collector of contemporary ceramic art, and Anjani Khanna, a Ceramist and ICT Working Committee Member. Panel to be moderated by Neha Kudchadkar.
Presented by Indian Ceramics Triennale & G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture. Part of Mumbai Gallery Weekend 2018.
About the artist
About Breaking Ground 2018, Indian Ceramics Triennale:
The Contemporary Clay Foundation in partnership with the Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur presents Breaking Ground: International Investigations in Clay, the first iteration of the Indian Ceramics Triennale, opening August 31st and on view till November 18th, 2018 at JKK, Jaipur.
Breaking Ground showcases the growing diversity of ceramic art expression in India, bringing forward the best international practices in contemporary ceramic art. At its core are 45 artists, both international and Indian, whose projects explore new aesthetics, techniques, and processes.
The Black Box
We request you to bring warm clothes as it gets chilly inside the Black Box as temperatures need to be controlled at optimum levels as per technical requirements
Food, beverages and water are strictly prohibited inside the Black Box. Please do not carry them in your bags either
Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis
Please do come at least 15 minutes prior to the show and enjoy a good cup of coffee at PORT
No Late Entries will be allowed
Latecomers can only be allowed in at intermission or at an appropriate pause in the program and as per the instructions of the organizers