Documentation

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Yona Friedman, Self-help housing, 2017. Construction in bamboo, based on Friedman’s instructions manual, Roofs. With the collaboration of students and faculty from five colleges of architecture in Pune. Courtesy: the artist, collaborators, and Pune Biennale 2017.

Talk "Everyday Spaces", under the Yona Friedman's canopy, Phule Museum.

Talk Everyday Spaces, under the Yona Friedman’s canopy, Phule Museum.

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Phule Museum view. On the left: Amol Patil. On the right: Sanket Jadia.

Amol K Patil, Stagnant, 2017. Dust objects. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Amol K Patil, Stagnant, 2017. Dust objects. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Amol K Patil, Stagnant, 2017. Dust objects. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Sanket Jadia, Coagulated Anomalies, 2016. Acrylic, terracotta, printed matter. Courtesy: the artist.

Shubigi Rao, The Great Book Within Which We Write our Names, 2017. Installation (Local flora, scavenged objects and failed utopias). Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Shubigi Rao, The Great Book Within Which We Write our Names, 2017.
Installation (Local flora, scavenged objects and failed utopias). Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Shubigi Rao, The Great Book Within Which We Write our Names, 2017. Installation (Local flora, scavenged objects and failed utopias). Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

The Infinite Library (Daniel Gustav Cramer and Haris Epaminonda), 2007- ongoing. Interventions on found books. Courtesy: the artists.

The Infinite Library (Daniel Gustav Cramer and Haris Epaminonda), 2007- ongoing.
Interventions on found books. Courtesy: the artists.

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Tomás Saraceno, Library of Web Cosmologies, 2014-2016. Xerox prints on paper. Courtesy: the artist.

Tomás Saraceno, Library of Web Cosmologies, 2014-2016. Xerox prints on paper. Courtesy: the artist.

Rupali Patil, An excitement burning with a cold flame (project for a hoarding), 2017. Photoprint. Photo credit: Sagar Shinde. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Rupali Patil, An excitement burning with a cold flame (project for a hoarding), proposal refused, 2017.
Photoprint. Photo credit: Sagar Shinde. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Smita Rajmane, 2012. Oil on Canvas.Courtesy: the artist.

Smita Rajmane, from left to right: Jambulwadi (Layers inner and outer), Teen Hatti chowk, Search. Oil on Canvas, 2013. Courtesy: the artist.

Amol K Patil, Transformer, 2017. Etching on glass with light. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Amol K Patil, Transformer, 2017. Etching on glass with light. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

U-ra-mi-li, Opacity, 2017. Video. 40’. Courtesy: the artists and Pune Biennale 2017.

U-ra-mi-li, Opacity, 2017. Video. 40’. Courtesy: the artists and Pune Biennale 2017.

Daniel Gustav Cramer and Henry Andersen, Liepnitzsee, 2016. Booklet and poster. Courtesy: the artists and Pune Biennale 2017.

Daniel Gustav Cramer and Henry Andersen, Liepnitzsee, 2016.
Booklet and poster. Courtesy: the artists and Pune Biennale 2017.

Shilpa Gupta, 100 Hand Drawn Maps of India, 2007-2008. Single channel video projection, table, no sound, 3’42” loop. Courtesy: the artist.

Shilpa Gupta, 100 Hand Drawn Maps of India, 2007-2008.
Single channel video projection, table, no sound, 3’42” loop. Courtesy: the artist.

Jimmy Chishi, Those who sing lullabies, 2017. Shadow puppets, Bunraku-style puppets, and masks. Paper, acrylic polycarbonate, bamboo, wood, leather, and metal wire. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Jimmy Chishi, Those who sing lullabies, 2017.
Shadow puppets, Bunraku-style puppets, and masks. Paper, acrylic polycarbonate, bamboo, wood, leather, and metal wire. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Jimmy Chishi, Those who sing lullabies, 2017. Shadow puppets, Bunraku-style puppets, and masks. Paper, acrylic polycarbonate, bamboo, wood, leather, and metal wire. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Nikhil Raunak, Little Gestures, 2017. Mixed media. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Nikhil Raunak, Little Gestures, 2017. Mixed media. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Susan Philipsz, The Three Songs, 2015. Four-channel sound installation, 2’ 43’’. Courtesy: the artist, Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York.

Susan Philipsz, The Three Songs, 2015.
Four-channel sound installation, 2’ 43’’. Courtesy: the artist, Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York.

Marcello Maloberti, Vir Temporis Acti, 2003-2017. Performance. Cut-out illustrations from books, scissors, performer. Courtesy: the artist.

Marcello Maloberti, Vir Temporis Acti, 2003-2017.
Performance. Cut-out illustrations from books, scissors, performer. Courtesy: the artist.

Sarnath Banerjee, The Poona Circle, 2017. Drawings on history textbooks, mounted on desks. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Sarnath Banerjee, The Poona Circle, 2017. Drawings on history textbooks, mounted on desks. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Sarnath Banerjee, The Poona Circle, 2017. Drawings on history textbooks, mounted on desks. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Sarnath Banerjee, The Poona Circle, 2017. Drawings on history textbooks, mounted on desks. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

 

 

 

Sanket Jadia & Mario D’Souza, Trapezium, 2016. Live-action board game, archival print on paper. Courtesy: the artists, Khoj International Artists’ Association and Pune Biennale 2017.

Sanket Jadia & Mario D’Souza, Trapezium, 2016.
Live-action board game, archival print on paper. Courtesy: the artists, Khoj International Artists’ Association and Pune Biennale 2017.

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Marinella Senatore, Protest Bike (Pune), 2017. Customised bicycle, sound, mixed-media. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Marinella Senatore, Protest Bike (Pune), 2017. Customised bicycle, sound, mixed-media. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Shubigi Rao, The Great Book Within Which We Write our Names (working title), 2017. Local flora, sewer frames, leftovers and failed utopias. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Shubigi Rao, The Great Book Within Which We Write our Names (working title), 2017.
Local flora, sewer frames, leftovers and failed utopias. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Shubigi Rao, The Great Book Within Which We Write our Names (working title), 2017.

Massimo Bartolini, Audience for a tree, 2016. Iron, wood, lights, performer. Courtesy: the artist, galleria Massimo De Carlo, Milano/ London/ Hong Kong, and Pune Biennale 2017.

Massimo Bartolini, Audience for a tree, 2016.
Iron, wood, lights, performer. Courtesy: the artist, galleria Massimo De Carlo, Milano/ London/ Hong Kong, and Pune Biennale 2017.

Massimo Bartolini, Audience for a tree, 2016. Iron, wood, lights, performer. Courtesy: the artist, galleria Massimo De Carlo, Milano/ London/ Hong Kong, and Pune Biennale 2017.

Shilpa Gupta, Deep below, the sky flows under our feet, 2016. Site-specific neon lights. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Shilpa Gupta, Deep below, the sky flows under our feet, 2016.
Site-specific neon lights. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Natak Company, Poems of the city, 2016. Dramatic performance with musicians. Approx. 20’. Courtesy: Natak Company and Pune Biennale Foundation.

Natak Company, Poems of the city, 2016. Dramatic performance with musicians. Approx. 20’. Courtesy: Natak Company and Pune Biennale Foundation.

Tushar Joag, Karma Crisis, 2017. Multiplayer interactive installation. In collaboration with Himanshu Bablani. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Tushar Joag, Karma Crisis, 2017.
Multiplayer interactive installation. In collaboration with Himanshu Bablani. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Tushar Joag, Karma Crisis, 2017. Multiplayer interactive installation. In collaboration with Himanshu Bablani. Courtesy: the artist and Pune Biennale 2017.

Marcello Maloberti, Kolossal, 2017. Boom lift, palm and brass band. Installation and performance. Courtesy: the artist and Raffaella Cortese gallery, Milano, Pune Biennale 2017.

Marcello Maloberti, Kolossal, 2017.
Boom lift, palm and brass band. Installation and performance. Courtesy: the artist and Raffaella Cortese gallery, Milano, Pune Biennale 2017.

Marcello Maloberti, Kolossal, 2017. Boom lift, palm and brass band. Installation and performance. Courtesy: the artist and Raffaella Cortese gallery, Milano, Pune Biennale 2017.