India Art Fair

A set of participatory dialogues will be hosted by 1After320 around the current concerns in contemporary art and its practice at the Exhibit 320 booth B7 at India Art Fair We will present 6 to 8 provocations for 5 minutes each in a set of four sessions - PEDAGOGY, POLITICS, PUBLIC and PROCESS. These dialogues will have invited participants who come from different relevant disciplines and the attending public.

1After320 / Artist Process

November - February 2016

With Goel, the concept of the city translates onto canvas as poetic abstractions, a recording of sorts that nonetheless denies opacity in their reading. Goel’s process involves a peeling away of the different elements that make up a whole, so that what remains are variations of materials that are then used to construct a very particular visual language that allows viewers into her many nuanced interpretations of the various components related to our ways of seeing.

1After320 / Artist Process

26July-30Septemper 2016
From July 26th – Sep30th 2016, ‘Artist Process: Making Space/Parul Gupta’, will host the artist in our newly expanded project space . Gupta will enable movement from thought to method to the phenomenological experience of the work and space through the viewers involvement; around the areas of human perception and sense cognition;and how time, space, light, sensation occur as phenomena for us.

1After320 / Practice Process

Opens 26July 2016
‘Practice Process’ is a long-term sustained initiative with a cultural producer whose practice shifts between the many defined roles within the global/local art contexts. Starting July 26th and at various points during the calendar year 2016-17, 1After320 hosts artist & technologist Hemant Sreekumar from New Delhi. Artistically he performs synthetic audio compositions using principles of emergence and noise. He also produces visual media including prints and light based works. His works respond to notions of decay, generative bias and loss of semantics. He employs code and data mediated processes to construct time-based environments with fluctuating textures. Hemank Sk also curates Disqueit, a sound/noise program since 2013.