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THEY GAVE ME A MAP (AND I DREW THEM A LINE)

BY SHALINI ADNANI
Chilean/Indian, based in the U.K. 

CASA EXHIBITION

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September 2 - at 17.00, 19.00 & 21.00 h 
September 3 - at  21.00 h
September 4 - at 15.00 & 17.30 h
September 5 - at 15.00 & 17.00 h
September 9 - at 19.00 & 21.00 h
September 10 - at 19.00 h
September 11 - at 15.00 & 17.00 h
Duration: 80 min the whole exhibition programme

Venue: MONOCHROME STUDIOS

This exhibition seeks to question the meaning of nationality and displacement, wondering what it means for a body to belong to a land that has been dominated and violated by western power.  This year we welcome seven different creative projects reflecting on the subject. 

How can we express the richness and diversity of mixed culture in today's America Latina?  Maybe the answer is to ask the question itself?

Curated by Cecilia Kuska & Cordelia Grierson.

Created during the pandemic, this piece explores land, loss and displacement. Taking satellite images from Google Earth as well as images of mourning women, we journey through the otherworldly landscapes that we leave behind, mourning the land we once called home.

Shalini Adnani is a Chilean-born Indian writer and film director based in London. They Asked for a Map is her first moving image installation. Her creative practices focus on marginalised communities with a strong focus on our connection with land, nature and the presence of technology within that.

This project has the support of DIRAC - Ministerio de relaciones exteriores de Chile. 
Director:
Shalini Adnani                                                    Cinematographer for additional material: Adric Watson          Composer: Hollie Buhagiar                                                                  Sound Design: Morgan Muse

Instagram: @shala.adnani

Created during the pandemic, this piece explores land, loss and displacement. Taking satellite images from Google Earth as well as images of mourning women, we journey through the otherworldly landscapes that we leave behind, mourning the land we once called home.

Shalini Adnani is a Chilean-born Indian writer and film director based in London. They Asked for a Map is her first moving image installation. Her creative practices focus on marginalised communities with a strong focus on our connection with land, nature and the presence of technology within that.

This project has the support of DIRAC - Ministerio de relaciones exteriores de Chile. 
Director:
Shalini Adnani                                                    Cinematographer for additional material: Adric Watson  Composer: Hollie Buhagiar                                                 Sound Design: Morgan Muse

Instagram: @shala.adnani

Created during the pandemic, this piece explores land, loss and displacement. Taking satellite images from Google Earth as well as images of mourning women, we journey through the otherworldly landscapes that we leave behind, mourning the land we once called home.

Shalini Adnani is a Chilean-born Indian writer and film director based in London. They Asked for a Map is her first moving image installation. Her creative practices focus on marginalised communities with a strong focus on our connection with land, nature and the presence of technology within that.

This project has the support of DIRAC - Ministerio de relaciones exteriores de Chile. 
Director:
Shalini Adnani                                                    Cinematographer (additional material): Adric Watson Composer: Hollie Buhagiar                                                  Sound Design: Morgan Muse

Instagram: @shala.adnani


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