In this 5 Questions interview, art historian Emilia Terracciano examines the possibility of developing and de-colonizing narrative tools for the writing of (Indian) art history. She speaks about the promise of student work seen at the most recent Kochi-Muziris Biennale and lauds that as a platform for both production and research. She also discusses the importance of private museum initiatives, which fulfill a need for education and accessibility.
This elegiac text, published as a postscript to C-MAP’s 2022 seminar, is one of many in which artist Daniel Lie, one of the seminar’s panelists, reflects on the non-binary nature of life and death, a crucial thematic in their artistic practice.
Neste texto elegíaco, publicado a título de posfácio ao seminário, organizado pelo C-MAP em 2022, Daniel Lie, autore e palestrante convidade, reflete sobre a natureza não binária da vida e da morte, uma temática crucial na sua prática artística.
The 2022 C-MAP seminar series, Transversal Orientations Part II, was held on Zoom across four panels on May 25 and 26, 2022. This text by Irmgard Emmelhainz, independent translator, writer and researcher, is the second written response to the seminar.