Passages: a subcontinental imaginary
10 March 2022
Passages: a subcontinental imaginary, seeks to address ways of expanding and globalising South Asian representation by consolidating diasporic community perspectives in order to introspect around the politics of framing visual histories. The image and text contributions seek to recalibrate the politically bound arena of South Asia into creative socio-cultural formations and links, further investigating new cultural histories in our present. With South Asian communities spread across the world, we consider the entanglements of memory and space as tethered to ongoing migrations, to make visible a South Asia beyond its borders.
This issue of PIX is supported by Art South Asia Project.Click here to watch the discussion with author, Riason Naidoo and Prof. Anthony Bogues (Brown University). Scroll to the bottom of the issue page to view the issue as an eBook. READ MORE >