The Borrowed Archive – A Talk by Alisha Sett

06.00 PM - 08.00 PM

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Gool Lodge Opposite R.C High School of Commerce, Delhi Chakla, Ahmedabad, India 380001

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2019-09-20 18:00:00 2019-09-20 20:00:00 Asia/Kolkata The Borrowed Archive - A Talk by Alisha Sett

Alisha will be talking about the collaborative practices of the Kashmir Photo Collective, which will be followed by a Q&A with the audience.

Kashmir Photo Collective (KPC) is an accessible digital resource of endangered photographs and related historical material that preserve, visualize, and diversify histories of the Kashmir Valley. Founded in 2014, KPC has archived numerous private collections with the generous commitment of individuals, families, photo studios, photographers as well as institutions. Our network of artists, scholars, media professionals and educators work individually and collaboratively on projects that take a variety of forms – such as scholarship exhibitions, and curricula – through which KPC aims to make its work more accessible to the public each year.

Alisha Sett is a writer, curator and educator. She is course director for Aesthetics, Criticism and Theory at Jnanapravaha Mumbai; co-founder of the Kashmir Photo Collective; and a producer for RoundO Films LLC. Her interdisciplinary research has been supported by an Edmond J Safra Network Fellowship from Harvard University and an Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation scholarship.

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Gool Lodge Opposite R.C High School of Commerce, Delhi Chakla, Ahmedabad, India 380001

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Alisha will be talking about the collaborative practices of the Kashmir Photo Collective, which will be followed by a Q&A with the audience.

Kashmir Photo Collective (KPC) is an accessible digital resource of endangered photographs and related historical material that preserve, visualize, and diversify histories of the Kashmir Valley. Founded in 2014, KPC has archived numerous private collections with the generous commitment of individuals, families, photo studios, photographers as well as institutions. Our network of artists, scholars, media professionals and educators work individually and collaboratively on projects that take a variety of forms – such as scholarship exhibitions, and curricula – through which KPC aims to make its work more accessible to the public each year.

Alisha Sett is a writer, curator and educator. She is course director for Aesthetics, Criticism and Theory at Jnanapravaha Mumbai; co-founder of the Kashmir Photo Collective; and a producer for RoundO Films LLC. Her interdisciplinary research has been supported by an Edmond J Safra Network Fellowship from Harvard University and an Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation scholarship.

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