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Public Art Residency 2006

The Public Art International Residencies at KHOJ sought to transcend the sites of public art from being mere spatio-physical interventions to an extensions of the communities within which the projects were situated. The art installations produced during the residencies perceived space not merely as a physical measurement, but as a social, economic and political entity.


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The aim of this residency was to expand the definition of public art beyond public artefact by exploring the role and context of art and its audiences within the urban environment. 3 international and 2 Indian artists who work in the public domain were invited to participate. Assorted public art projects and interventions took place all over the city between September 9–17.


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