“Structures within an Intervention” Exhibition

“Structures within an Intervention” Exhibition
May 18th – June 18th 2010
“Lesson 1″ performance May 20, 2010 details below
The Guild Art Gallery, New York 

45 W 21st Street, 2nd Floor
Buzzer #39, New York, New York 10010

The Guild Art Gallery presents “Structures within an Intervention” a curatorial project by Meenakshi Thirukode that includes artists Rajkamal Kahlon, Swati Khurana, Vandana Jain, Michael Buhler Rose, Afruz Amighi, Mariam Ghani, Fawad Khan, Redo Pakistan (Fatima Hussain and Hamja Ahsan), Divya Mehra, Aninditta Dutta and Nidhi Jalan. The project seeks to challenge preconceived structures. both, within the immediate purview of what constitutes a ‘gallery exhibition’, to broader issues of place and cultural identity within the contemporary art world. This is being orchestrated by collaborating with individuals and collectives who have created their own branded identity in an effort to create frameworks that range from curatorial endeavors to publications, performances and discussions. These individuals, who operate under an “institutional alias” include Town Hall Meeting (Christopher Steigler and Dina Shalouv), Ad Hoc Vox (Colleen Asper and Jennifer Dudley), Shifter (Sreshta Rit Premnath), Greshams Ghost (Ajay Kurian) and Parlour (Leslie Rosa Stumpf and Ciara Gilmartin). Each of them have been asked to interpret, re-contextualize or just react to the contexts the curator has created. These have been labeled Interventions. During the duration of the show Interventions will take place at a predetermined date. The extent to which the nature of these interventions will be publicized is dependent on the amount of information each Intervenor is willing to disclose. Rest assured, however, that they will take place at the said dates and timings listed below.

Performance: Swati Khurana and her Grandmother will perform “Lesson 1″ where they will knit an embroidery piece together. The performance will start a few hours prior to the reception and continue into the evening.


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