10 TO 19 NOVEMBER 2017
INQUIRE • DISCOVER • LEARN
Instytut B61 & Jan Świerkowski
In this installation, Jan and his team will explore the story of dehumanization of cosmic space. The Evolution of the Stars is a site-specific project that consists of thirteen audio-visual installations that tells the story of the life and death of stars.
Akash Sharma & Snehal Thomas
An alternative exploration of Goan history and heritage, a backdoor where the past presents itself, not as historical data or art, but as an experience. This installation, based on conserving Goa’s heritage through sound, is produced through extraction of its acoustic data that has endured through time.
G. Craig Hobbs & Robin Lasser
Join the Migratory Cultures artist team from San Jose, California in recording, editing, and translating migration stories of the Goan diaspora during the festival. During the workshop, participants will record human movement – trains, buses, boats, walking, etc. along with non-human migrations – of animals, birds, insects and other species.
In her series of installations of biomorphic structures, “HUMAN OCCUPIER”, Nadine considers the relationship between men and nature as being two parts which assume divergent positions, rather than existing as a unit. In that context, through her art, she analyses the development of the recent past, in which men seem to be driven to occupy more and more space, while also optimizing their living space in a dominant way, and on their own terms.
Pushpanjali Sharma & Gautam Nima
Pushpanjali and Gautam will facilitate the experience of entering an ‘embodied blank space’ where participants will be able to empty themselves of conceptual thought and discriminating perception; and understand the relevance of this space in their personal and creative lives.
National Institute of Design – Exhibition Design
The Universe is a big, big place. But how big is it exactly? And how do we determine its size? The installation is aimed at expressing the vastness of the universe. How much is known and how much is left to be explored by us about this Universe.
During Tessa’s time in Goa, she will undergo a week-long residency working with children through local schools and charities. She will introduce themes from her show A Strange New Space to them, and use games to research their understanding of refugees and migrants.
Breath is the energy that keeps people alive, physically and spiritually. The next inhale continuously follows the previous exhale—but do they play with each other? If a breath lacks oxygen, it urges you to react quickly…
Between the 10th and 19th of November 2017, Panjim city will turn into a learning playground with live experiences, immersive installations, workshops, talks, films, and panels on questions around space from multiple perspectives. Researchers, artists, and educators are creating works with general or specific learning outcomes for audiences that they would not normally engage with. The festival presents and evaluates about 70 interesting projects from around the world and India.
ATTENDING THE FESTIVAL?
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STEP OUT OF THE CLASSROOM AND INTO SPACE
10-19 November | Panjim, Goa
An Adventure You Can’t Miss!
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