Elephant in a South Indian Temple, c. 1990, C-type print, H. 25.8 cm, W. 30 cm; Paper: H. 37 cm, W. 40 cm, PHY.02251
What would happen if you were to look — really look at an image? If you were to give an image in a museum your full and conscious attention, to look, listen, read, think, and even ask it questions; what more might you unearth, beyond what you are told?
Through a one day interactive workshop, artist Adira Thekkuveettil forays into MAP’s online Collection Viewing System, Cumulus, as she prompts a playful yet critical engagement with it; to foster a deeper and more subjective understanding of what we may infer and learn from the images we consume.
This programme is organised as part of a joint digital residency with the Horniman Museum and Gardens (UK), produced by Zelda Cheatle. As MAP’s digital Artist in Residence, Adira Thekkuveettil was selected to respond and work with Cumulus. Learn more about the residency here.
Bookings are closed for this event.
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