Interlude Obscura

By goacap - Last updated: Friday, April 19, 2013 - Save & Share

Interlude Obscura is an exhibition of the work of four Resident Artists and a Writer-in-Residence mentored by noted artist, art historian and critic Apurva Kulkarni at the AltLab Residency 3.0. The two-month long Residency is hosted by the Goa Center for Alternative Photography (Goa-CAP) in conjunction with the Indian Foundation for the Arts (IFA).
The exhibition is a platform showcasing individual stories that the Resident Artists have worked on during the months of March and April (2013). These works areunique both thematically as well as aesthetically, having been developed using the following alternative techniques:

Van Dyke Brown Process (B. Ajay Sharma, Jharkhand)

Cyanotype Process (Nupur Nanal, Maharashtra):

Gum Bichromate Process (Urmimala Chatterjee, West Bengal)

Salt Print Process (Vivek Muthuramalingam, Karnataka)

Saee Haldule (Maharashtra): Writer-in-Residence