Personal Paradigms

30 April 2020

In the traditional sense, families are permanent or fixed units, and yet, through growing associations, we find that they are also evolving – riddled with secrets, new discoveries and myriad forms of coded expression around kinship. At a time when our affiliations to place, a language, a culture and hence history seem to be fraught with challenges, we may ask how to invent, intersect and construct an alternative self or community? The issue aims to open out dimensions of our personal/public lives – our selfhood, homes and shifting paradigms – in order to re-think social norms and traditions around our roles, within and outside family. As communities grow, how do we visually or affectively trace or archive relationships? This issue is supported by the MurthyNAYAK Foundation. Scroll to the bottom of this page to view the issue as an ebook. Click here to watch webinar


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