A group exhibition that explores “the philosophical and political dimensions of time” through the works of 20 contemporary artists from South Asia and its diaspora.
This sounds like a typically thoughtful Ishara show. The gallery says it “explores ontological systems that reveal how artists from this region and its diaspora think about aesthetics, existence, remembrance and futurity” and asks questions such as, ‘what happens when residues from the past are reincarnated into the future? Where does the jurisdiction of the present end? What is the future of the past? What possibilities can the space of an exhibition offer to think through these questions?’
Curated by Sandhini Poddar and Sabih Ahmed, the exhibition includes works by …
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