Meenakshi Thirukode is a writer, researcher and a 2016-17 FICA Inlaks Goldsmiths scholar at the M.Res program in Curatorial/ Knowledge, Goldsmiths, University of London. Her areas of focus and research is on the role of culture and collectivity in the subcontinent within the realm of a trans-nomadic, transient network of individuals and institutions. Her recent projects include organizing the “Here, There and Everywhere” conference at MAC Birmingham, UK as part of the India-UK 70 years celebration (March 2018) and “Out of Turn, Being Together Otherwise” in collaboration with Asia Art Archive (AAA) at Serendipity Arts Festival, Goa, India (December 15th-22nd 2018).
Her research, writings and curatorial work is invested in the role of reimagining cultural and political spaces in the region through alternate methods of pedagogy, lost, erased and invisible art histories as well as intersectionality. She has contributed to various publications including Marg Publications, Critical Collective, Depart Magazine, Hyperallergic, The Hindu Newspaper, Whitewall Magazine, Art Asia Pacific, Art India, Art and Deal Magazine, Art Journal, Artmap Magazine (China), Of Note Magazine and Grassroots Literature Blog. She also edited an upcoming online publication FIELD REVIEW: SOUTH ASIA (Oct 2016) produced in partnership with Asia Contemporary Art Consortium (ACAC), New York.
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