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Being Singular Plural: Moving Images from India

June 26 - October 10, 2010 │ Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin

The 52nd exhibition at the Deutsche Guggenheim presents video and film art from India.

On view are works by Amar Kanwar, Desire Machine Collective, Kabir Mohanty, and Shumona Goe, who are among the leading representatives of the contemporary Indian film scene. They see their work in an international context and not solely as a product of their Indian identity.

Each individual work attests to a craft that is based on the principles of practice, process, and perception. In each instance, the singularly plural and plurally singular nature of being and of art remains. Being Singular Plural is a fascinating synopsis of film and video, art and cinema, space and time, subjectivity and objectivity, fantasy and reality.

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Vergrößern

Amar Kanwar (b. 1964), The Face (from The Torn First Pages), 2005 Digital color video with sound, 4 min., 40 sec.
© Amar Kanwar and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York/ Paris

Amar Kanwar (b. 1964), The Face (from The Torn First Pages), 2005 Digital color video with sound, 4 min., 40 sec.

© Amar Kanwar and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York/ Paris

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