Ashish Rajadhyaksha is an independent researcher and cultural theorist. He has written extensively on the cinema and curated both film festivals and art exhibitions relating to the moving image.
A Conversation with Commodore Odakkal Johnson, Curator, Maritime History Society and Author of Book, “Timeless Wake : Legacy of Royal Indian Navy during World War II” The maritime dimension is a unique medium of human interaction. While India has had a glorious maritime past, the present military maritime might of our nation has a foreign […]
There are many possible definitions of art in the public domain. As the term ‘public domain’ suggests, it is as much a question of space, as it is of the debates that are made possible in such a space. The porous and indeed contested relationship between the spaces of art and those of the public […]
Jnanapravaha is pleased to offer you the opportunity to experience artist Vivan Sundaram and cultural theorist Ashish Rajyadhyaksha’s art collaboration based on a historical event in Bombay, the 1946 insurrection led by seamen of the Royal Indian Navy. The installation also includes a 40 minute sound work by British Artist David Chapman. This will be followed by […]
This brief presentation and discussion will dwell on the idea of two very interlinked yet very distinctive practices – Art and Architecture; the two are often clubbed as twin-practices or twin-concepts, partly for the way History of Art has been conventionally designed and taught or for reasons such as the now dated and much rehearsed […]