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Peers 2014

The Khoj Peers residency program provides emerging artists and creative practitioners a platform for dialogue, experimentation, and exchange. This helps in building a forum and creating a network of young interdisciplinary artists from various art, architecture, new media, performance, performing arts and design disciplines.

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The artists invited for the 2014 Peers residency were: Sangita Maity, whose work continued to investigate the lives of labourers through video and photo; Amshu Chukki, whose practice involved looking at workers and their craft as well as the spaces they engender and occupy; Ragini Bhow, a sculptor and performance artist whose interest lay in creating a site-specific performance endemic to Khirkee; Sanket Jedia whose art ruminated on ideas of form/formlessness through the use of materials such as a plastic water-bottle; and Dheer Kaku, whose work primarily consisted of experimentation with sound, drawing, and still and moving images.

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