Why binary should have all the pun 

Tifa Working Studies, Pune, May-June, 2019. Co-curated with Kaur Chimuk

Why binary should have all the pun is an international exchange and exhibition program which investigates how art practices can be seen as socio-political and cultural tools of navigating, experiencing and exploring the binaries of our everyday life and society. The program will include artistic contributions from 20 International and Indian artist working in different fields of artistic expressions; painting, sculpturing, scenography, theatre, performances, and video art. The exhibition is bringing focus and emphasis on how we disrupt with binaries and the importance of what lies in-between them, for example, between the West and the East and furthermore why is it important to understand the process, ambivalence, nuances or becoming rather than two fixed opposites.


The program is initiated and curated by Danish artist and curator, Lasse Mouritzen and Indian visual artist and curator Kaur Chimuk with a common vision of starting up new platforms for artistic, cultural as well as socio-political exchange and collaboration, and engage with the local culture and art scene of Pune.

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