Preservation of art allows for both its continuance and evolution, while simultaneously making us question our beliefs and ideas about what art represents for culture, and what it says about us as a people. In order to understand the world we find ourselves in, it is therefore an imperative for us to become historians and documenters of our past.
The Music Mapping Project is a research and data collection project involving the systematic documentation (“mapping”) of music makers and their practice in different cities in India.
How do we understand the Event today when actions extend, multiply, and converge across multiple registers of time, space, screens and bodies all at once? After Event is project that explores the politics of performance through history, actions, and forecasts.
Serendipity Arts foundation, Asia Art Archive and HH Art Spaces collaborate to present three new platforms that stage performance art across archive building, workshops, and newly commissioned performance artworks.