Kochi Muziris Biennale is around the corner of it's closing date and yet there's lot more to explore...lot to unearth and treasures lay hidden perhaps in each and every corner of Kochi, particularly Fort Kochi and Mattancherry. I would have loved to hang around more but time is always a constraint!
Art, video art, installations and every facet presented were interesting to my eyes...the most memorable one was of course Ryota Kuwakubo's Lost #12...the play with light and shadow; picture not here. My little companion, Nandu and I enjoyed it the most. We were in a kind of Alice in Wonderland where shadows shrink and grew with approaching and receding light. We went saying oooh and aahhh!The materials used for the shadow play was everything from glass to cloth pins to candles etc.
Aspinwall - another perspective
N S Harsha - Punarapi Jananam Punarapi Maranam
Hans Op de Beeck - The Quiet Story
Unititled - Manish Nai
Iceboat - Neha Choksi
Dinh Q Le's work
(Thanks to Manoj Vyloor for helping me with the name of the artist)
Swistik Pocket Knife - Biju Joze
Artha - Prasanth Pandey
Michael Najjar - Orbital Cascade_57-46
The Life of Stars - Lindy Lee
Heaven and Earth - Lindy Lee
Perpetual Stills -Punaloor Rajan
Ryota Kuwakubo - Lost 12
Anima Mundi - Theo Eshetu
1610 IV - Laurent Grasso
Origins-A Tableau - Epiphany (Cuckoonebulopolis) - Surendran Nair
Curve Ball or Take No Prisoners (Unsure which is the title) - Fiona Hall
1.9.2014 Dear Mr.Walter - Dayanita Singh
Hope you enjoyed this tour of our Biennale :) Now it's time to wait for the next and even better one. Best wishes to the Team of Biennale particularly Bose Krishnamachari, Riyas Komu and Jitish Kallat.