International Exchange Residency 2011
KHOJ organised two International Exchange Residencies in 2011 and 2013, enabling creative practitioners to look at the thematic potential of 'journeys' within the urban landscape and the intersections between body, performance and sports, respectively.
About this edition
En Route was a residency at KHOJ focussing on the notion of ‘journeys’ within the fast-paced urban context of the ever-expanding city. The artists-in-residence were Ottavia Castellina (Turin, Italy) and Samir Parker (Mumbai, India).
Ottavia was at KHOJ as part of the RESO International Exchange Residency Initiative that aims to foster cultural exchange and creative production, as well as link artists with leading contemporary arts organizations in Piedmont (Italy), New Delhi (India), Cairo (Egypt) and Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).
Please Note : CISA 2022 has been postponed until further notice
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