Guided Tour at RMRL and Forum Art Gallery

 

Three weeks to go before the CPB edition III comes to a close! We are glad that our exhibitions have continued all through, in safe forms. 


The third edition of CPB titled Maps of Disquiet reflects on some critical scenarios of our time and is thoughtfully curated by our curatorial team - Arko Datto, Bhooma Padmanabhan, Boaz Levin and Kerstin Meincke. 


Before we close doors on the eve of 6 Feb, we invite you to come join us for an in-person tour of some of our exhibitions, so that you don't miss a chance to see some fantastic and important artist works and projects from across the world. 


Do join us this Saturday, 21 Jan at 11am at the Roja Muthiah Research Library, followed by a quick round to the Forum Art Gallery (10 mins drive) where we will show you the works of some stellar artists. The tour will be led by Varun Gupta, Director CPB.



Please note:

  • Assemble at Roja Muthiah Research Library by 10:45 AM 

  • The transport from RMRL to Forum Art Gallery will have to be managed by yourself.

  • To ensure we are following all COVID safety guidelines, there are only limited spots available. Request you to not cancel your registrations at the last minute. 

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Artist talk with Tobias Zielony

Artist talk with Tobias Zielony moderatd by co-curator Boaz Levin.

Join us for an artist talk moderated by co-curator Boaz Levin with Tobias Zielony as he talks about his work ‘Haus Der Jugend (House of Youth), 2017.

Tobias Zielony photographs the lives of marginalized youth at the cusp of adulthood. Titled ‘Haus der Jugend’ (which translates as House of Youth), Zielony’s work showcases a series of photographs selected from the artist’s archives, taken between 1997 to 2005 in the artist's hometown (Wuppertal, Germany). The work is named after the building where it was first shown, which previously housed a club that Zielony himself frequented as a young adult.

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Artist talk with Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber

Artist talk with Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber moderated by co-curator Kerstin Meincke.



Join us for a conversation with artists Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber as they talk to us on their project ‘The Indian Defence’ moderated by co-curator Kerstin Meincke. 

Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber’s project 'Cartographie Dynamique' involves comparing different cities by recognizing unique features and repeating patterns via maps and distinctive photographs taken at each location.

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Artist talk with Nico Joana Weber

Artist talk with Nico Joana Weber moderated by Kerstin Meincke.


Join us for a screening and artist talk with Nico Joana Weber, where she talks to us on her work ‘No longer single root’ (2021) moderated by co-curator Kerstin Meincke. 

Weber’s work Markasit (2014) is an audio visual piece narrating a brutalist tale of transformation. Shot entirely on the grounds of the Ruhr-University in Bochum, Germany, the film deals with the stark contrast between the university's concrete architecture and its immediate surrounding rural environment. 

Weber’s film “No Longer A Single Root” (2021), a CPB commission and premiere, traces transcultural endeavors that became manifest in different examples of Nigerian building culture and under different historical and political circumstances.

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Artist talk with Lisa Rave

Artist talk with Lisa Rave moderated by Boaz Levin.

Come join us for an artist talk with Lisa Rave on her work Europium moderated by co-curator Boaz Levin. 

Lisa Rave weaves a story around the rare earth element Europium, a naturally fluorescent material embedded inside almost every digital screen. Its brilliant radiance is integral to the displays of phones and computers, as well as a hidden marker of authenticity on European banknotes.

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