1. The Future Will Remember by Alexis Rose

    The Future Will Remember explores the construction of memory in times of tragedy, challenging the increasingly digital nature of our justice landscapes with documentation in sculptural artifacts for future ancestors. A disruption to epistimicide, an entombment of truths, millienium objects for an archive of struggle. In the language of archaeology it attempts to document aspects of current conflict to confront systems that withhold accountability or representation where history is recorded, erasure is attempted, and distortion is perpetrated.

    Venue : Method Kala Ghoda

    Dates : 7th July - 12th August 2024

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  2. Where India Dries Its Clothes by Karan Khosla

    'Where India Dries My Clothes' is an intimate visual exploration born from a decade-long observation during my extensive travels across India. What began as an exercise that was simply visually interesting has evolved into a unique reflection on the intricate lives and landscapes that define this diverse nation. ​​

    Venue : Method Bandra

    Dates : 26h May to 30th June 2024

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  3. Mute/Unmute by Various Artists

    Mute/Unmute emerges as an exploration of the present and the absent, and how that defines perception and anticipation. Does color dictate influence or does influence dictate color? What perceptions and expectations accompany the presence or absence of hue, and are they invariably accurate?

    Dates: April 20 - May 26, 2024

    Venue: Method Kala Ghoda

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  4. Electric Floral Fantasy by Eeshani Mitra

    Extending beyond traditional narratives and formats, the body of work is a window to a surreal world, which is scanned and sometimes moulded in wax by the artist. Interested in the physical interaction of the viewer and the work, Mitra’s wax-works invite the viewers to touch and investigate the surface of her immersion experiments.
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  5. Growing Pains by Revant Dasgupta

    Through memories of different phases of their life, the series explores the idea of taking common institutions of identity that are handed to a person at birth and deconstructing them with the objective of putting them together in a way that feels personal.
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  6. Super Bardo by Priyesh T

    'Super Bardo' is a crossover series that intertwines two seemingly disparate worlds: the iconic 'Super Mario' universe and the esoteric 'Bardo Thodol,' also known as 'The Tibetan Book of the Dead.'
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