11 : 00 | Ahmedabad
Over two days spanning 03 & 04 March 2023 (Friday – Saturday), Arthshila Ahmedabad will host Pop-up library Walkthrough, Lecture and Portfolio Reviews with Kaamna Patel of Editions JOJO, and Veeranganakumari Solanki.
To apply for the Portfolio Reviews please register through the link in Bio and E-mail your portfolios to email@example.com in a single PDF titled with your Name_LastName and no more than 10MB. Selected participants will be informed by e-mail.
About Veeranganakumari Solanki:
Veeranganakumari Solanki is an independent curator and writer based in India. She is interested in the way interdisciplinary forms and creative practices merge to create dialogues in public and private spaces and the convergence of images across disciplines. Further, her research and practice consider how historical and contemporary thought inform exhibition-making and artistic practices. Veerangana was the 2019 Brooks International Research Fellow at Tate Modern and a resident at Delfina Foundation. Currently, she is the Programme Director at Space Studio, Baroda, a core team member of Art Chain India and teaches the Curatorial Practice MFA course at Kathmandu University.
About Editions JOJO:
Kaamna is a visual artist and book maker currently based in Mumbai, her home city.
Through her practice, Kaamna explores semiotics and the periphery of photographic representation. Multilingual in her approach and working across techniques, she mediates the connection between process and narrative, often communicating through print and self-published photobooks.
The JOJO Library is back in Ahmedabad with a selection of photobooks for you to browse. The JOJO Library is a free and publicly accessible photobook library based in Mumbai. It aims to promote visual literacy via the photobook through engagements such as traveling shows, pop-up reading rooms, podcasts, a traveling bookshop and pedagogic engagements such as workshops and talks.
The Pop-up library of Editions JOJO will present a selection of books 11.30 am onwards from 03 March 2023 to 04 March 2023. Come read with us or stop by for a chat!