By Sultana ZanaActant (Blogger's note: You can opt to read the following piece here for an alternative reading experience: https://sultanazana.github.io/fieldness.io/tiem3.html) The passing of time is neither slow nor fast in this quaren-time. In the beginning, I thought it was slower than usual, but I was mistaken. It is largely eventless, and so it feels warped. … Continue reading TIEM | Guest Post
Can we think of place as art if the place acquires the nature of a palimpsest through imprints left by successive ideas, propositions and acts of labour? The first edition of Five Million Incidents witnessed nearly 40 projects staged, realised, processed and/or come to fruition on the premises of Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan through … Continue reading What’s Cooking?
The outer space eludes absolute comprehension. I remember holding an X-ray plate up and looking at a solar eclipse as a child. The earth seemed to close up as the light slowly receded. Can we ever paint that darkness? The space around us expands outward, and the farthest objects seem surreal because they can’t be … Continue reading Archives of an Otherworld