Media


Early ’00 Onwards: Video Art in India
by Shruti Ramalingaiah
Indian Contemporary Art Journal
Vol. 24, February 2020
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Record of the Changing World
by Anuj Daga
Art India: The Art News Magazine of India
January 2020
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Video Art by Indian Contemporary Artists (VAICA) celebrates the art of moving image
The Delhi chapter of VAICA festival provided exposure to a diverse group of artists and their work to make video art accessible to a larger audience and lead discussions around it.
by Dilpreet Bhullar
Jan 16, 2020
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The moving art of videofeature article in Mint Lounge
VAICA, a one-of-its-kind festival, is dedicated to video art. By showing over 60 works by 35 artists, it seeks to showcase the diversity of styles within the medium.
Written by Avantika Bhuyan
January 3, 2020
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Art on Screen: a first-of-its-kind art festival in the city will put a spotlight on the lesser-known art form of video art
in The Asian Age, Mumbai
Written by Trisha Ghoroi
November 27, 2019
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Making Video Art Accessible: with its fourth show in a series, the VAICA festival of video art introduces the medium outside closed arts circuits
in Mid-day, Mumbai
Written by Prachi Sibal
November 22, 2019
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India’s Unsung Video Artist find a Rare Platform
in The National of Abu Dhabi
Written by Vishwas Kulkarni
November 14, 2019
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Video ga-ga
in Sunday Mid-day
A first-of-its-kind media festival hopes to make video art by contemporary Indian artistes accessible to you.
Written by Abishek Mande Bhot
November 3, 2019
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Video festival featuring works by veteran and young names to be held in Mumbai
in The Indian Express
Written by Dipti Nagpaul
October 28, 2019
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