/ COOPERATIVE /COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS AND SOLO EXHIBITIONS
Joint show Not
under Great Law, not under Sacred Law, The
Guild Alibaug. Lives in Kusma village. Works at DIAA Centre in Kopaweda,
Kusma, Bastar district, Chhattisgarh.
Have been oraganizing ‘Art Workshops’ for local school children at ‘Pilla
Gudis’ at Kusma, Kopaweda and Shilpigram, Kondagaon
Gessuram, Navjot Altaf, Augustine, Namita Vishwakarma and local adivasi
artists. And have been interacting with community persons from the
neighborhoods and Nagar Palika (municipality)
officials to discuss Issues concerning - Nalpar structures as art works in
public space: Its maintenance
Participated in a Seminar Samvad
3,Value [of] nature, organized
By DIAA- Dialogue Interactive Artists Association Kopaweda Kondagaon
Presented a paper where
do adivasi artists stand in a Seminar Samvad
What is Contemporary in Contemporary Art,
organized By DIAA- Dialogue
Interactive Artists Association Kopaweda, Kondagaon, Bastar.
Participated in Samvad
of Collaboration, organized
by DIAA- Dialogue Interactive Artists Association, Kopaweda Kondagaon,
2007 Solo exhibition
of sculptures and acrylic on paper, Sakshi Art Gallery Mumbai.
Appointed as President by the registered Trust, Dialogue
Interactive Artists Association, Kondagaon Bastar.
Built a Centre DIAA and
formed a registered trust Dialogue
collaboration with Shantibai, Gessuram and Navjot Altaf.
Participated in Edge
of Desire: Recent Art in India, curated
by Chaitanya Sambrani (Perth, New York, Mexico City,
Monterrey, Berkeley, New Delhi,
Mumbai 2004-07). And invited to participate in a seminar to coincide with Edge
of Desire: Recent Art in India exhibition
at National Gallery of Modern
Art in New Delhi.
And Paintings – Artists from Kondagaon
Bastar, with Shantibai and Gessuram, Sakshi Gallery Mumbai.
Collaboration as a Strategy in India Contemporary Art,
oriented sculptural structures, ‘Pilla Gudi’ and ‘Nalpar’ Kondagaon.
Collaborative project with
Navjot Altaf from Mumbai and artists – Rajkumar, Gangadevi, Gessuram and
master mason Botiram and community members from Kondagaon, Chhattisgarh.
Supported by IFA, (India Foundation for the Arts, Bangalore) Sites : Kondagaon
Naka and 4 sites in Kopaweda .
of Parallel Practice: Ways of World Making – phase II, sculpture
installation with Shantibai and Gessuram,
Exhibition: Sakshi Gallery Mumbai.
site oriented sculptural structures, cooperative project with Navjot
Altaf from Mumbai, Shantibai and
Gessuram from Bastar, Chhattisgarh.
Site : Bandhapara and
Sambalpur. Supported by IFAD (International Fund for Agricultural
in a Slide Lecture Understanding Cross - Cultural
Initiatives: Some Hows and Whys with
Navjot Altaf and Gessuram. Little
Theatre, NCPA, Mumbai.
Interactive project at Shilpi Gram with 7 women artists from Bastar,
Chhattisgarh. Supported by IFAD (International Fund for Agricultural
Development) Exhibition: The Self, sculptures and acrylic on paper,
Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai. Curated by Navjot Altaf.
Participated in an International Artists Workshop ‘KHOJ’ at Modinagar.
Collaboration as a Strategy in Indian Contemporary Art, collaborative
project ‘Pilla Gudi’ (site oriented sculptural structures) with Navjot Altaf
and three adivasi artists, Shantibai and Gessuram from Bastar,
Chhattisgarh. Supported by IFA, (India Foundation for the Arts, Bangalore).
Sites: Bhelwapadar Para Kondagoan and Kusma Village.
Chidia Khambas, workshop
with school children in collaboration with NavjotAltaf, Shantibai
,Gessuram , Raituram and the villagers in Sarve village, Murud Janjira.
Chawal Ki Kahani, workshop with 2 schools, in
collaboration with Navjot Altaf, Shantibai, Kabiram and Khem Vaishnav at
Shilpi Gram, Kondagaon, Bastar.
Modes of Parallel Practice: Ways of World Making, Interactive
project at Shilpi Gram with
Navjot Altaf and Bhanumati Padamsee from Mumbai and three
adivasi artists, Shantibai, Kabiram and Gessuram from Bastar, Chhattisgarh.
Supported by IFA, (India Foundation for the Arts, Bangalore)
Exhibitions: Sakshi Art Gallery Mumbai and Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, as part
of First Asian Art Triennale Fukuoka, Japan. Curated by Raiji Kuroda.