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2014-01-31—2014-02-28

INSERT 2014

INSERT2014
Opening: 2014-01-31 - 00:00:00
Venue: Mati Ghar Indira Genahi National Center for the Arts
Address: New Delhi, India
Website: insert2014.in/

INSERT2014 is a constellation of conversations with leading thinkers from around the world and across disciplines. Produced by the Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation and supported by the Goethe Institut / Max Meuller Bhavan, and Pro Helvetia, Swiss Arts Council, with Raqs Media Collective as Artistic Directors, INSERT renews focus on the artist as a generator of ideas, who questions things the world takes for granted.

INSERT2014 unfolds a series of unexpected encounters with contemporary art in the public domain. Within its purview, several exhibits, symposiums and performances will take place over one month at cultural sites across Delhi, bringing together a diverse group of international experts and contemporary artists to inaugurate a re-thinking of the city’s cultural infrastructure.

A central focus of INSERT2014 will be an exhibition of site specific and other artworks by
over 20 critically acclaimed artists presented at Maati Ghar, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) including Rirkrit Tiravanija, Mai-Thu Perret, Kendell Geers, Ivana Franke, Gauri Gill and Eyal Weizman.

New Models on Common Ground is a special research cell launched by INSERT2014; an open invitation to thinkers from varied fields to submit speculative proposals for the enhancement of artistic, cultural and intellectual life in Delhi, and participate in an initiative to break new ground for the urban Indian imagination. 25 respondents including artists, curators, writers, poets, journalists and lawyers have been selected from submissions in response to a public call. Their proposals will be presented as part of INSERT2014.

Mati Ghar (IGNCA), built in 1990, is a key axis of INSERT2014. The design of the building was intended to represent contested perceptions of time. The works presented at Mati Ghar include sculpture, installation, performance and video, and will engage visitors in conversations with the site, the city, and some of the most exciting movements in global contemporary culture.

INSERT2014 Participants │Superflex │Mai-thu Perret │ Kendell Geers │Hannah Hurtzig │Ivana Franke │Katarzyna Kozyra │Harun Farocki │ Anton Vidokle │Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou Rahme │Hito Steyerl │Rirkrit Tiravanija │Lu Xing-Hua│Eyal Weizman│Yao Jui-Chung│Nikolaus Hirsch & Michel Müller│Zuleikha Chaudhury & Boris Nikitin │Gauri Gill │Tomás Saraceno│Kiluanji Kia Henda │Wanuri Kahiu │Clark House Initiative│

For more on INSERT2014, visit insert2014.in

Raqs Media Collective (Monica Narula, Jeebesh Bagchi, Shuddhabrata Sengupta) was founded in 1992, and has shown work in some of the world’s leading museums and biennales, including Tate Britain (London), the Venice biennale, Documenta (Kassel), Performa (New York), the Isabella Gardner Museum and the Pompidou Centre. They have curated Manifesta 7 (2008) and Sarai Reader 09 (New Delhi) amongst others. They were founding members of Sarai (CSDS), and have edited the Sarai Reader series.

Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation recognizes outstanding young Indians through scholarships, grants and awards to develop their professional, scientific, artistic and cultural abilities both in India and internationally. Its support extends to a range of fields, many of which are not covered by other funding bodies. Over three decades, Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation has supported over 500 scholars, artists and individuals. The Foundation’s alumni include several prominent individuals and leaders.

Exective Directors: Artinsights

Associate Directors: Ashley Sands, Mubina Ansari

Presented by:
The Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation
Supporting Partners:
Goethe Institut / Max Muellar Bhavan, Prohelvetia – the Swiss Arts Council
Partners:
West Heavens Project, JNU, Polish Institut, Danish Arts Council, IFA Bangalore,

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