The Vanishing Point: Moving Images After Video

The Vanishing Point: Moving Images After Video

Venue Old GMC Complex
Discipline Craft

Date 17 Dec
Time 04:00 pm - 05:00 pm

The Vanishing Point: Moving Images After Video (Edited by Rashmi Devi Sawhney; Volume 3 in the India Since the 90s series) tracks the fugitive afterlife of the moving image in its fragmented post-celluloid forms. At once everywhere and nowhere, rapidly circulating moving images have become archives of public memory, degraded repositories of what was cinema, surveillance tools and instruments of governance. Rashmi Sawhney will be in conversation with Ashish Rajadhyaksha, General Editor of India Since the 90s, a series of six titles exploring recent history from the standpoint of the present moment.  
A conversation between Rashmi Devi Sawhney and Ashish Rajadhyaksha
Venue: 'First Floor' Old GMC Building

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