The R.A.P.E. Show | Expressing their insecurities

A few days ago, we had posted an invitation to the R.A.P.E. Show. The Hindu, today carried an article about this show. “‘The exhibition seeks to bring in a variety of visual responses to the atrocious notion of seeing women as secondary citizens. Why should women be objectified? Despite all the feminist interventions, women are still subjected to discrimination in the public and private domains. … Continue reading The R.A.P.E. Show | Expressing their insecurities

Article: Visual Culture with Google Maps

  A beautiful article on the experience of visual culture due to Goggle Maps’ Street view. Marco Bohr’s blog is a favourite – and when you read this, you will know why! With the emergence of digital photography, the internet and vast photographic archives such as Google Street View, the notion of a photographer capturing a moment is quickly fading away. In other words, instead … Continue reading Article: Visual Culture with Google Maps