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Khoj in collaboration with the Ziro Festival hosted an evening of a performance piece by renowned guitarist Lee Ranaldo and artist Leah Singer under a series of travelling & collaborative performances called Ziro On Tour.

Leah Singer and Lee Ranaldo presented the latest version of their thirty-year collaborative project, known variously as Drift, Sight Unseen and Contre Jour – titles that suggest chance encounters, shadow plays, and the appreciation of the overlooked. Since 1990, the artists have explored how image and sound interact in a live setting. Efforts to break down traditional performer/audience dynamics led to experiments with performing in the round and positioning the projection screen to meet the floor, creating a theatrical performing space. The experiential nature of the performance at Khoj invited a personal interpretation rather than a fixed exposition or overt narrative.

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