Shilpa’s clarification comes in the form of a long note that reads, “I am not following #Bigboss14 and have not given any interview regarding any … I’ve made four such flap boards in the past 12 years. I think when we are looking at an art object, we look for meaning, experience or some kind of resolve. The word political makes me feel uncomfortable – it seems to distance what one does from the everyday, which is where my work stems from. By Enrico on 20. Shilpa Gupta: ‘I am always playing with the idea of the location in the work’ The Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta talks about her practice, notions of identity and nation states, and how she prefers her work to be called ‘everyday art’ rather than terming it political. I have a scar on my back that I have made work about before. Then there are those who would like the art object to have a direct consequence – and one often hears the same story, why art, why not direct action? But I wonder how this works in reverse – say, with your work around the border maps of the nation state. Untitled, MS Gate which swings side to side and breaks the walls, 2009. Her work is resolutely political, and perhaps has always been since she first began 20 years ago. Shilpa Gupta’s works are like the uninvited guest who barges into your drawing room and refuses to leave. Gupta is aware of this, and is keen to question which voices are heard louder than others, and who determines the validity of certain political arguments. 12:35. I prefer “everyday” art. The artist bringing silenced poets back to life Andrew Dickson, The Guardian, 25 Jul 2018. The Indian artist Shilpa Gupta (b1976, Bombay, now Mumbai) is perhaps most famous for a series of work that attempts to extend and complicate the flat, two-dimensional borders that we understand to delineate our nation states. Earthy Transitions: India Art Fair 2014 Bigg Boss 11 winner Shilpa Shinde and her nasty fights with Vikas Gupta are still remembered by all. Her work has been showcased everywhere from New Delhi to New York, from Tokyo to Tel Aviv, from art galleries in Austria to taxis in Toronto. Photograph: Shrutti Garg, courtesy of the artist. Dabei interessiert sie wie Menschen in ihrer Identität durch soziale Ungleichheit oder Machtpolitik geprägt werden. Of course, she gives the occasional interview, but not without struggle. Shilpa Shinde reacts to Vikas Gupta DRAGGING her name in the show; says, ‘ Don’t even talk about him’ January 7, 2021 0. Then, a year later, I showed it in my own city (Mumbai). Internationally acclaimed artists Rashid Rana and Shilpa Gupta talk about their collaboration at the 56th Venice Biennale. Hoardings, newspapers, schoolbooks, internet – we inhabit a highly mediated world. Does it look like it is art? Artist Shilpa Gupta, 39, and Pakistani artist Rashid Rana showcased at the Venice Biennale last year. Gupta says: “There are works of mine that sit in the white cube, or which float in the white cube, or those that slip out of the white cube entirely.” And it is a useful descriptor of her practice – there is always room for the political to falter. In the 2004 work, lines from a ruled book rise and get transformed into three interwoven languages – English, Urdu and Hindi – all saying, ‘I live under your sky too’. Shilpa Shetty is Proud of Sushmita Sen's Performance in Aarya, Calls Her 'Tigress' News18. There was an outline shape embedded into the structure of the gate that was thicker than the rest of it, so each time the gate hit the wall, it made a scar, and over the time, the scar deepened. And I was just amazed at how my work sat so seamlessly in the space. “Art making,” she tells me over email, “is so driven by the unconscious and, even though I use text, I find it hard to explain it all.” And it̵ Gupta, talking about her ideas that steer her journey towards the realisation of artworks, in an interview with STIR, says, “Between the beginning, which could be a drawing, a scribble in a book margin, a note or even a conversation, the in-between process is constantly changing and rarely even the final format is fully known. There was something about, not just the language, but the act, the method of talking, the dialect of speaking – there was just an overlap somewhere. Sie untersucht Wahrnehmungsprozesse und die Übermittlung von Informationen. SG: I think there is always another life to the work, and it can exist outside the white cube as much as it does inside it. 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Shilpa Shinde and Vikas Gupta’s massive fight is not known to all. Currently, as it sits on a street in Copenhagen, inhabiting a shipping container, it opens up conversations around anxiety owing to migration into Europe on the one hand, and a double take, on the other, with the current situation where we’ve become suspicious of almost everyone. Shilpa Gupta is essentially a new media artist. Since its inception, the India Art Fair has become a Mecca for Indian artists, curators, collectors, dealers and consultants, who come from all over the country and from elsewhere. Locations can, indeed, have different reactions and so does time. When asked about Vikas Gupta and Bigg Boss season 14, Shilpa … SAT: I’m glad that you brought that up. Do you think it’s blessed when you bring it into your home? In a deeply personal interview, she admits to a feeling of surprise when anyone says they are moved by her works For all the latest Eye News, download Indian Express App. And maybe the “I” opens up that possibility. Shilpa Gupta: In the 90s, the nature of the work I was doing was different from that of my peers, and, while there was a curiosity about it, there was also a tension – the work is like this. But also working on the idea: is this craft, this crocheting, also art? Carbon tracings on paper, 76 x 56 cm (30 x 22 in). She added that she … School of Fine Arts from 1992 to 1997. Shilpa Gupta: the artist bringing silenced poets back to life. Shilpa Gupta doesn’t like to speak about her art. Now, in an exclusive interview with Pinkvilla, Shilpa opened up about her name being brought up on the current season by Vikas. Maybe it’s just another scar, I kept saying. What is this? June 2008 Currently, the galleries BodhiBerlin and Volker Diehl present the first monograph exhibition entitled “BlindStars StarsBlind” in Germany of the Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta. She sculpts them, using fine copper wires beaten and bent by hand to mimic their topographies. Does it look like it is from India? the Studio International Foundation, PO Box 1545, Gupta creates artwork using interactive video, websites, objects, photographs, sound and public performances to probe and examine subversively such themes as desire, religion, notions of security on the street and on the imagined border. 7:25 . Shilpa Gupta. How integral is writing to artmaking for you? I was showing a work in the Lyon Biennale in 2009, Untitled, which is a gate that moves from left to right and breaks into a wall with its movement. 100 hand-drawn maps of my country, 2008–ongoing. The Indian Express is now on Telegram. Interview. When fundamental reforms in the 1990s carried India towards a free market economy, its isolation from the world economy began to wane and its global influence grew. My East is Your West: Rashid Rana and Shilpa Gupta in Venice – interview. Your 2008–09 work, Threat, is on show at Copenhagen Contemporary. The title Studio International is the property of the Studio International Foundation and, together with the content, are bound by copyright. Maybe we are trying to look for authenticity but we already know that it is a memory that is punctured. She established the Jindal Arts Centre in 1992 at the National Centre for Performing Art in Mumbai, and is the President of Art India magazine, a leading contemporary art magazine. Perhaps you could speak about what you meant by “dispersal” when you were talking earlier about visitors taking away the crocheted boxes. I am constantly reading a rather broad range of material, from history, fiction, to processes of cognition and even news (not the noise on social media!) For More Such News & Gossips Subscribe now! Within the framework of the official collateral programme of events at this year’s Venice Biennale, Rashid Rana and Shilpa Gupta are bringing … Yet it has become an identity that people want to stand by, and to really look through that lens. By Enrico on 20. UP Police gives Covid-19 twist to Sholay scene, Jio now offering 1GB data for Rs 11: Here’s what Airtel, Vi and BSNL are offering, Madam Chief Minister movie review: Richa Chadha’s film is strictly passable, Islamic State claims responsibility for deadly twin blasts in Baghdad, IISc researchers develop software platform for tracking missing persons, objects, WandaVision is a game changer for MCU. It is, of course, more interesting when you are able to listen to many voices and forms. AR In an interview you said you didn’t want to be called a political artist but an artist of the everyday. The reaction was not as strong as it was in Cuba, where the experience of straddling borderlines is far more intense. By the time you finish your tour, they’d have taken a firm foothold in your heart. Photograph: Shrutti Garg, courtesy of the artist. Like many of her contemporaries, she considers the ‘web’ or internet an indispensable part of present day existence, and, consequentially, prefers various forms of cutting-edge technology as the vehicles for her interactions with the viewer. Copyright © 1893–2021 Studio International Foundation. Within the framework of the official collateral programme of events at this year’s Venice Biennale, Rashid Rana and Shilpa Gupta are bringing Pakistan and India together on the international art stage, opening up a dialogue on the notion of borders and nationhood. Visitors to the exhibition were invited to take a box away – and I was interested in their dispersal. “I am watching Bigg Boss 14. So I am always playing with the idea of the location in the work. “Don’t Let Them Enter Your Skin, To Know Where You Go, What You Do…” looks at how we are increasingly surrendering our lives to data systems and the risks this entails. I suppose, the open-ended and interactive form of the works allows for such wide-ranging readings. How do you ‘engage with the idea of distance’ in WEARECLOSERTHANYOUEVERIMAGINED, on view at the main railway station in Chemnitz, Germany? One is often reminded about the vagaries of time and distance and, in fact, I often even play with this phenomenon, where, in my smaller works in vitrines, the meaning of the work shifts depending on the distance of viewing! Interviews; Künstler & Kunstlexikon; Wir über uns; Newsletter; Kontakt. Take, for instance, the work I showed at [the Mumbai gallery] Chemould Prescott Road – That Photo We Never Got (2014) – there are so many stories in there and they are all in the first person. Shilpa Gupta's work sometimes takes place outside of or leaves the gallery, and ranges from photographs and objects to websites and interactive video. What is it with the art object, and can it align itself to ideas that are larger and more distant than those on which it has a direct influence? June 2008 Currently, the galleries BodhiBerlin and Volker Diehl present the first monograph exhibition entitled “BlindStars StarsBlind” in Germany of the Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta. Shilpa Gupta: the artist bringing silenced poets back to life. SG: I’m interested in the fact that the viewer can step, very momentarily, into this complicated space and then move on from there. The series 100 Hand drawn maps of my country by Mumbai-based contemporary artist Shilpa Gupta, besides the maps of India, includes the hand-drawn maps of Canada, Israel-Palestine, Italy, France and South Korea by the people of these respective nations. Are we trying to look for the real thing? There was a work I made for the show New Indian Art: Home Street Shrine Bazaar Museum at Manchester City Gallery in 2002, and I brought in more than 1,500 objects that had been crocheted. Fifteen years ago, it was made against the background of religious polarisation. Shilpa Gupta @ Blandy-les-Tours Franck Barthelemy, Art Etc. It looks at the idea of the nation state as being, well, what we would like to imagine the nation state to be. How do you feel this dialogue has evolved since, given the recent trend towards showing and making “political work”, which often results in a superficial engagement with any real politics. But I see how curators are interested in the idea of the language of a place. Untitled, photograph, 2006 Turner Road, photographs with sound, 2008. SAT: It is interesting that you mention the aspirational nature of the nation state boundary, as there does seem to be an “I” implicit in the work – and in a lot of your other work, too. Of course, she gives the occasional interview, but not without struggle. As is the nature of the “political art object”, it is sometimes difficult to determine the context of the work or its political position. SG: In 2010, I was in a show at Yvon Lambert Gallery in Paris, Wish List of a Young Collector, and at the same time there were a lot of these big “India” shows going around. Noch nicht erschienene Titel. SAT: Maybe it is a question of narrative, and works from the same location have a better potential for a narrative to tie them together? Andrew Dickson. Buchhandel; Autoren; Presse; Rechtliche Infos; Datenschutz; Impressum; English Site; Hatje Cantz Verlag > Neue Bücher (Treffer 31 bis 40 von 63) Neue Bücher. Even after the show got over, they kept on giving statements about one another. SPOTBOYE. So you’re constantly being someone else as you are reading. What’s the idea behind making the text on the flap board change constantly? SG: I mean if you could just divert this entire conversation, and look at the craft object, there it really changes. All rights reserved. But for this show, Carl Ganem [a young collector] curated the exhibition by picking from the gallery’s collection. Exclusive Interview of Shilpa Shinde by Neeki Singh | TV | SpotboyE. In this interview, Gupta talks about the exhibition now on show at Vadehra Art Gallery, Delhi, and how politics informs her work. Blame, 2002–04. The fact is that it is very hard to group people together and, often enough, grouping work together just because of location doesn’t work. Shilpa Gupta: ‘The current moment shows we are closer than we imagined’ Vandana Kalra, Indian Express, 6 September 2020. Therefore, the idea of distance – physical, geographical, or imaginary – often appears in my works. Copyright © 2021 The Indian Express [P] Ltd. 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On a white sheet of paper, the national borders defining India are made visible through the multiple outlines rendered in colour blue. ARA What are you working on now? I’m interested in how various subjectivities alter the way we make meaning. Embedded Structures: An Interview with Shilpa Gupta . Interactive installation with Blame bottles that contain simulated blood, posters, stickers, video, interactive performance, 1 min 49 sec loop. Installation 300 x 130 x 340 cm (118 x 51 x 134 in). Sensex @50,000: Why is it happening, and what next for investors? Is art continuous with life for you? In this interview, Gupta talks about the exhibition now on show at Vadehra Art Gallery, Delhi, and how politics informs her work. Posted on 12/06/2015 by Art Radar. I was offered an amount for travel, but, instead, I used the money for making the work, and had 1,500 boxes crocheted by different women. Threat, an interactive installation in which viewers are invited to take a soap away each, was a response to a growing fear of otherness. Looking back, these objects seem to have unconsciously become repositories of thoughts and inquiries of that period. Another fragment – ‘What you want to hear is not what it is, but what you want it to be’ – is a response to herding and trying to make sense of the fake messages that keep beeping on my phone. Text is a kind of sign which we beam to each other, and, therefore, it enters my toolbox as a form. Maybe what you’re asking is what happens when a privileging takes place. Later, both of them tried to mend ways, but that did not work. In an interview with Pinkvilla, Shilpa clarified that she is not watching Bigg Boss 14 and doesn't want to talk about Vikas Gupta. Recent Works of Shilpa Gupta, Yvon Lambert Gallery, Paris Ami Barak, Take On Art Magazine, Review, International Reviews, Vol 1, Issue 01, Pg 142, New Delhi, January-March 2010. Shilpa Gupta: BlindStars StarsBlind / BodhiBerlin / Interview with Shilpa Gupta and Shaheen Merali. They do. Artist Shilpa Gupta, 39, and Pakistani artist Rashid Rana showcased at the Venice Biennale last year. It is expanding now, but we have such a long way to go, and we all need to work for it. It has lodged itself in the infinite waiting period, the pauses, the anxieties – otherwise invisible – between the finite space of numbers and destinations. I spoke with the … I’d made the work after spending time in Srinagar. By Yin Ho. SPOTBOYE. Abroad, you see a diverse group of viewers, of all ages, visit public art institutions, but here in South Asia you really see how it is a small audience. The two prominent faces from the small screen were seen locking horns on national television when they were part of Bigg Boss 11. I’m interested in how we construct our mental space, what we like to remember and even forget, consciously, unconsciously or by coercion. They both fought the whole season and even irritated everyone with their fights. ... Shilpa Gupta is largely regarded as an iconoclast of installation art. And it is primarily a question of identity, and with India, this has developed only in the past 60 or 70 years … Ideas of the nation state only emerged in the 19th century, so this is a new identity. Here's Shilpa Gupta talking about her work: Voice of the poets from the prison - Shilpa Gupta. Another part references a past project, While I Sleep (2008), and links with the subversive movements which continue in the dark (in the Borderlands Series), that says: ‘Still They Know Not What We Dream’. 28/06/2020. The biggest news stories of 2020. The 35-minute piece looks at the idea of contagion, infiltration and seepage, which is especially impossible to contain, in the age of hypermedia. The process of making a flap board is like going on a long inward walk, gathering clouds – to be found in the form of scribbles in book margins, typed in a notepad file, or resolved and unresolved experiences one seeks answers for – slowly weaving them together and blowing them to let them float away. Shilpa Gupta Speaking Wall, 2010, motion sensor, bricks, LCD screen and headphones. Interview. Shilpa Shinde Files Police Complaint Against CINTAA! There is so much we experience as human beings, and not all of it can be expressed through verbal language. Written by Vandana Kalra | Updated: September 6, 2020 6:26:42 am Shilpa Gupta. Shilpa Shinde Interview after Winning Bigg Boss 11 | Shilpa Shinde WINS | SpotboyE. SPOTBOYE. The work is ultimately about the freedom to exist. Do you want viewers to identify with those political lines? It is interesting to look at the period between 1997 and 2006 and see how art practices shifted when the world’s gaze came in. New York, NY 10021-0043, USA, About Mumbai artist Shilpa Gupta is currently turning heads at the Venice Biennale. However, in a rather short period, this changed, and many were incorporating similar ways of working. An interview with the installation artist Slipa Gupta. How do you ‘engage with the idea of distance’ in WEARECLOSERTHANYOUEVERIMAGINED, on view at the main … So you enter the space with these boxes and each box had a tag on it: “This object has been blessed by so-and-so such that it will bring peace and happiness where it stands crocheted by …” and their location. But then India has been no different from our neighbour China, and we, too, have seen the rise of a political pop. The flap board engages with the idea of distance – socially, economically or geographically – which has been perpetuated, and, on the other hand, the distance we’ve been advised to keep with our hands and face, which is impossible to maintain. SAT: This is certainly a work that resisted the white cube, I think. Sangita Jindal is an avid collector with a long history of supporting cultural heritage and the arts. There are, of course, ways in which your work does pull into the white cube from the outside world – but how do you feel it moves outwards as well? Shilpa Gupta, Someone Else – A library of 100 books written anonymously or under pseudonyms, 2011. Now this gate, or the object, it could be the map of a place, but it could be even be a hole in the brain of a housewife in my neighbourhood, or those who aspire to move outwards and away from a boundary, or that enable a way of seeing. And now we sort of balance it out by trying to bring the conversation here and hopefully tilt it in another direction … But what are we trying? These map lines have become so hard – and they have not always been that way: since they were first drawn, they have been porous and things have spilled outwards or inwards. Shilpa Gupta (b.1976) lives and works in Mumbai, India where she has studied sculpture at the Sir J. J. In an exclusive interview with Lehren shilpa shinde finally opens up about her relationship with vikas gupta. Click here to join our channel (@indianexpress) and stay updated with the latest headlines. In an interview with Targeted Oncology, Shilpa Gupta, MD, discussed the results of the BLASST-1 trial evaluating neoadjuvant nivolumab plus gemcitabine and cisplatin in patients with muscle-invasive bladder cancer undergoing a cystectomy. Frayed Geographies and Fractured Selves: Shilpa Gupta’s Untitled (2014-15) Iftikhar Dadi My East is Your West, Essay, 2016. With the project Aar Paar (2002), a public art project between India and Pakistan, we just exchanged images and put them out on the streets. There is still space for other languages, and art is one of them. Now, in an interview, Shilpa Shinde was quizzed about the same. 1:08. Instead of beaming the usual schedules, as it is programmed to do, it has started to malfunction, and, in doing so, it exposes the aberrations. ... Shilpa Gupta stands, head cocked, beneath a row of speakers strung from the ceiling. SG: These works first began with the 100 Hand-drawn Maps series (2007-), which is still ongoing, where I invite participants to draw maps from memory. Interview : Rashid Rana and Shilpa Gupta on ‘My East in Your West’, their joint collateral event at Venice Biennale 2015 My East Is Your West, a collateral event of the Venice Biennale to be held in Palazzo Benzon, is a coming together of two contemporary artists – Shilpa Gupta and Rashid Rana – from India and Pakistan respectively. Do artworks keep evolving, acquiring new meanings, even after leaving the artist’s studio? What happens when we need to be legitimised by international institutions? 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