Friday, September 28, 2012

Ctrl Alt Delete | Indie Music Scene


Sunday, 30th October, 2012,
Starts 3.30 pm
at Sitara studios, Lower Parel

Control ALT Delete is the quintessential scene gig. It's an event that showcases new, alternative music without any agenda or pretensions. It's put together by people who have been part of the Bombay rock scene for many years. This time around, that original DIY ethic goes a step further, and invites fans to make the gig happen. With and Control ALT Delete tying up together, fans have the power to make this scene, and the opportunity to put together what will undoubtedly be one of the coolest gigs of 2012. Fans can contribute anything from Rs. 200 to Rs. 35,000, all of which will go towards making this gig happen. 

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Thursday, September 27, 2012

C.S. Sheetal | artist works

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CAMP | talk on artist collective

Art historian Murtaza Vali discusses the Wharfage Project, an audio-visual-installation piece carried out by the Indian art collective CAMP at the 2009 Sharjah Biennieal. Recorded at the Cabinet art space in Brooklyn as part of ArteEast's Across Histories lecture series.

THE BRIGHT DAY | Indie Cinema

Sunday, September 23, 2012

endocrine films | indian artist video portraits

Artist/Director Vaibhav Raj Shah documented young Indian Contemporary Artists T Venkanna, Chandni Vora, Sandeep Kumar Singh and more as part of artist video portraits. The series has been titled 'The Adjective' and produced by ENDOCRINE FILMS. For more, checkout his facebook page --  

Friday, September 21, 2012

Mushrooms in Mumbai | Dharavi Slums

During the Indian Civil War, the Dharavi slums of Mumbai were flooded with refugees looking to escape the conflict. The Mumbai authorities, distracted by defence of the city and facing an already over-populated and poverty stricken slum could do little to maintain a semblance of civilised life in the area. Sometime later a cache of biological samples appeared through the criminal networks of Mumbai, in the vain hope that it might provide new marketable narcotic opportunities. The collective drive and expertise of the refugees managed to turn theses genetically-engineered fungal samples into a new type of infrastructure Ð providing heat, light and building material for the refugees. Dharavi rapidly evolved itÕs own micro-economy based around the mushrooms. This documentary tells the story of some of the characters involved from Mumbai and the rest of the world and how Dharavi came to be such a unique place.

Asia Society President Vishakha Desai

NEW YORK, August 30 2012 — On her final day at Asia Society, outgoing president Vishakha Desai looks back on her 22-year tenure with the organization.

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Artist Aniketa Deshpande

photos by - Pratap Morey

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Sunday, September 9, 2012

The Music Project : Adil and Vasundhara

Adil Manuel and Vasundhara Vidalur are a Jazz/Funk/Soul duo based in New Delhi. The duo got together in January 2009 and has put together numerous collaborative performances in India and abroad. Vasundhara sings Gospel, RnB , Funk, Jazz and Soul. Since 2004, she has staged over 70 concerts and a musical with Artistes Unlimited

Adil Manuel is an active musician in the Delhi circuit and a power-house guitarist. Adil has been playing professionally for over 10 years with bands like Asphyxia, MRP and Olio and the Rock Opera.

Adil and Vasundhara also spearhead a collaborative Jazz - RnB outfit Adil Manuel : GuitarsVasundhara Vidalur : VocalsSaurabh Suman : Bass

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

The Skoda Prize for Indian Contemporary Art 2011-2012

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