For Audiences

Sunday, December 15, 2019


an triple image of a woman with a traditional odissi costume on in a gallery space near the sculptue 0+0=0-0 by Tallur L.N. Younghee Kim

Join The Duniya Collective for anamnesis: a suite of site-specific movement work, poetry, community story, music, and gathered gestures in conversation with the exhibition, Interference Fringe | TALLUR L.N. In this perambulatory experience, audience members migrate with the performers throughout the gallery as they encounter the works featured in Ground For Sculpture's Domestic Arts Building. Free with Park Admission.

This performance is the culmination of donia salem harhoor's residency, which explored the mechanics and mysteries of recollection through research and embodied investigation. Personal, collective, cultural, and historical memory are considered, along with erasure and disremembering. Individual artworks in the exhibition, along with the relationships between the pieces, are examined in this light.

Throughout the month of November, visitors were invited to consider the work in the exhibition and their own memories in a series of participatory programs. anamnesis is a public sharing that draws from the rich material generated during those programs.

The Duniya Collective is: Rani Angel, Madhusmita Bora, donia salem harhoor, Tanmayee Hazarika, Kaveri Kalawar, Kakoli Ghosh-Mukherjee, Yamini Pathak, Sansthita Pattanaik, & Roshni Thakur.

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