Khoj organized the Peers Open Day from the 1st of July to the 4th of July.
At its core, the Peers program acts as a stepping-stone for young artists, aiding them through a transitional moment in their lives. The program offers them the resources necessary to push the experimental limits of their work, and also provides a supportive learning environment and an introduction to the larger network of the arts.
The artists include:
Ashis Kumar Palei @paleiasish
Moumita Basak @moumita1243
Richa Arya @richaarya1997
Vishnu Prasad @vishnu._.prasad
Yash Vyas @whyvyas
The critic-in-residence for Peers 2022 is:
Sohorpem Kazingmei @attheriskofbeing
Access blogs by Sohorpem and conversations with the artists here
The 2022 edition of Peers has been supported by The Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation @inlaksfoundation . Peers Share 2022 was supported by Tarana Sawhney @tarana.sawhney
We look forward to welcoming you to the Khoj space.
In the matter Re: Rights of Nature – A Staged Hearing
Is it art that remains (to be seen)? – A talk by Mirwan Andan (ruangrupa) and Jeebesh Bagchi (Raqs Media Collective)
Threading the Horizon: Propositions on Worldmaking through Socially Engaged Art Practice
Peers Share 2021
Offset Pitara and Reading Room
Peers Share 2022
Exhibition Opening: Does the Blue Sky Lie?
this will keep you warm
On Air: With Disha Shetty