Ruin (at Andheri - अंधेरी)
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Ruin (at Andheri - अंधेरी)
Apu Me Muka Sona (at Sun N Sand Juhu Beach Mumbai)
SQUEEZE LIME IN YOUR EYE
A film about Kausik Mukhopadhyay
Director: Avijit Mukul Kishore
Associate Director: Rohan Shivkumar
Produced by Public Service Broadcasting Tryst
Friday, December 7, 5:45 pm
Godrej India Culture Lab
Off Eastern Express Highway
Announcing the Mumbai Premiere of our new film *Squeeze Lime in Your Eye* about the inimitable Kausik Mukhopadyay with whom I have been teaching for many years at KRVIA.
Kausik uses discarded household objects to create art works that exist at the intersection of machine, toy and organism. His works are quirky, fragile, idiosyncratic and poignant. ‘Squeeze Lime in Your Eye’ is a film on his practice as an artist and teacher. The film is also an exploration of the intersections of art, architecture, pedagogy and filmmaking.
*Squeeze Lime in Your Eye* is the opening film of Urban Lens Festival organised by Indian Institute for Human Settlements, at the Godrej India Culture Lab. The screening will be followed by a discussion with Avijit Mukul Kishore.
(More information at: https://indiaculturelab.org/events/special-events/urban-lens-2018/)
Do come and spread the word!!#nostalgiaforthefuture #kausikmukhopadhyay @78_rpm @anarchytect @sundarsonal @_.sabari @mukhopadhyaykausik @k.r.v.i.a @krvianews_
Morning Stair Light (at Avon Enclave)
Evening (at CEPT University)
Hanging Men (at CEPT University)
River. Birds (at Borivali, India)
Our new film on the one and only Kausik Mukhopadhyay screens in Delhi this Sunday. Will keep you posted about screenings in other cities.
*SQUEEZE LIME IN YOUR EYE*
A film about the artist Kausik Mukhopadhyay.
Kausik uses discarded household objects to create art works that exist at the intersection of machine, toy and organism. His works are quirky, fragile, idiosyncratic and poignant. ‘Squeeze Lime in Your Eye’ is a film made by his close friends Avijit Mukul Kishore and Rohan Shivkumar on his practise as an artist and teacher.
The screening will be followed by a discussion between Avijit Mukul Kishore and Latika Gupta.
The film screens as part of the Urban Lens Festival organised by Indian Institute for Human Settlements, hosted by Max Muller Bhavan, Delhi.
*Sunday, November 18, 6:30 pm*
*Max Muller Bhavan*
*Kasturba Gandhi Marg*
Wedding Party Selfie (at Mumbai, Maharashtra)
Sonapu (at Mumbai, Maharashtra)
Shaadi (at Mumbai, Maharashtra)
Flying Monster (at Hiranadani Powai)
Sabari. Red. (at Borivali, India)
‘The Garden of Forgotten Snow’, Avijit Mukul Kishore’s film on the work of Nilima Sheikh wins Best Experimental Film at the Signs Festival, Thrissur. @78_rpm @_.sabari
C Type Panorama 2 (at LIC of India)
CType Panorama (at LIC of India)
Backyard Forest (at LIC of India)