Exhibition (de)Tour: The ‘Crime’ of Haze: The Politics of Land, Nature and Human Rights

I was invited by the Nanyang Technological University Centre for Contemporary Art to give a talk on the ‘crime’ of haze, as part of their Exhibition (de)Tour public talk series. This talk was scheduled in conjunction with (and to draw parallels to) an exhibition by Amar Kanwar currently on display at the CCA, entitled The Sovereign Forest, which offers a creative response to the understanding of crime, politics, human rights and ecology in the context of the village of Odisha in India. As a follow up to the talk, a series of workshops entitled “The Haze: An Enquiry” is onging at The Lab, in the CCA. Do contact the CCA if you are interested to join this research project.


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