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Art And Sound 2006
In an attempt to explore how the creative use of sound complicates the contained categories of sound /art /visual art /music /science /engineering, KHOJ organised a series of sound residencies. Through these, Art and Sound explored the ways in which aural experiences inform our inhabitation of spaces and ecologies.
About this edition
Sound Art has emerged as a media that challenges the defined categories of sound /art /visual art /music /science /engineering. Creative experiments with sound raucously play on the fringes of our often-unconscious aural experience in spaces. This Sound Residency was aimed at exploring the nexus between technology, soundscapes and creativity.
Curatorial Intensive South Asia 2023
The fifth edition of Curatorial Intensive South Asia (CISA) 2023 returns with tutors Latika Gupta, curator based in Delhi and Shuddhabrata Sengupta from Raqs Media Collective. The Phase I of the Intensive is a combination of talks, seminars and workshops that look at histories of exhibition-making, institutions and their limitations. Emerging discussions incorporate a wide range of curatorial frameworks and…
Functioning as a unique residency model that closely curates artists at the start of their professional careers, the Peers residency is populated with artists’ visits and interactions, studio visits and curated exhibition walk-throughs, for the residents to have a gamut of art-related experiences and exposure. The Peers residency ends with an Open Day, where resident artists show their works in…
Art And Sound 2008
After two sound projects in 2006 (Sonic Arts’06 + Hybrid Sonicscapes’06 ) and Noise@KHOJ in 2008, KHOJ Studios presented another project around Sound Art. The core theme of the project this time around was centered upon creating noise instruments which operate on human triggers instead of software apparatuses. The existence of various techno junk facilities in New Delhi was seen…
Art And Sound 2013
Sonic Art has moved into becoming an audio culture where musicians, composers, sound artists, scholars and listeners are attentive to sonic material; the act of listening and the creative possibilities open through sound recording, dissemination, transmission, and playback is transforming art production and the endless scope of sound and noise. This ‘culture of the ear’ has recently come to prominence…