Rajat Dey, a Kolkata based photographer, has been working on a project based on his home and his lost roots that were based in Bangladesh, erstwhile East Pakistan.
Dohar, a group of folk musicians, took birth in 1999. Dohar is a musical group of international repute – a platform for musicians, who consider this world as a musical bonanza and intend to energise its inhabitants with the melodious power of folk tunes and Tagore songs as two main pillars of Indian music.
Ranjini Krishnan is a researcher, writer and film maker based out of Kerala. She is interested in exploring the exchanges between conceptual thinking and creative arts. She holds a doctoral degree in Cultural Studies from Centre for the Study of Culture and Society, Bangalore.
Ranjit Kandalgaonkar lives and works in Mumbai and his art practice primarily comprises a lens directed at the urban context of cities. Projects such as ‘cityinflux’, ‘Gentricity’ and ‘Stories of Philanthropic Trusts’ map vulnerability within redevelopment strategies of urbanisation or record timelines and ‘blindspots’ – alternate markers of a city that’s unraveling.
Ravi Chaurasiya completed his Masters of Fine Arts in Painting at the Department of Fine Arts, Jamia Millia Islamia New Delhi, and Bachelor of Fine Arts in Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. He is currently based and studio practicing in New Delhi.
Susiman Rinoshan is a visual artist from Batticaloa Sri Lanka. He has got his Bachelors of Fine
Arts degree from the University of Jaffna Sri Lanka.
Since founding Robert Moses’ Kin in 1995, the artist Robert Moses has created numerous works of varying styles and genres for his highly praised dance company. His work explores topics ranging from oral traditions in African American culture to the nuanced complexities of parentage and identity and the simple joys of the expressive power of pure movement
Renowned choreographer Rukmini Chatterjee’s artistic quest is to bring forth the universal in mankind. She does this by bringing cultures, art forms, artists from across the globe together in her choreographies. Her work has been greatly influenced by Upanishadic thoughts, her guru Mrinalini Sarabhai’s artistic vision and her life in Paris.