Zoya Siddiqui, Anushka Rajendran
As part of its programming around the online exhibition A distant Place, MAP presents artist Zoya Siddiqui in conversation with curator and writer Anushka Rajendran, talking about her practice, material processes, and the stories, spaces and experiences that influence her work.
Zoya Siddiqui is a visual artist who works primarily in video, performance and installation. This conversation explores her practice, which seeks to understand the tensions between nearness-farness, insider-outsider, strangerhood-intimacy or public-private.
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