Gigi Scaria, Face to Face, 2010. Courtesy of the Artist
During the exhibition, videoclub and VisionMix presented Online Events, including a screening programme of works by
Ranbir Singh Kaleka, Gigi Scaria, Mochu, Avijit Mukul Kishore, Ranu Mukherjee.
This was watched by1,800 people (19 to 27 March 2021).
Documentation of Webinar 1 held on 20th March:
Introduction to the exhibition, Loss & Transience, by Curators, Lucía Imaz King, Rashmi Sawhney and Jamie Wyld [videoclub], and an artist’s talk by Gigi Scaria, with guest appearance by Mochu, discussing the works presented in this context: Political Realism and No Parallels (by Scaria) and Wake (by Mochu). Watch here:
Webinar 2, hosted by the Hong-gah Museum,with VisionMix curators and Director of the Hong-gah Museum, Zoe Yeh, followed by a talk between filmmaker Avijit Mukul Kishore and visual artist Nilima Sheikh, on their collaboration for the film, Garden of Forgotten Snow, about the practice of Nilima Sheikh.
For all film screenings and installations to be viewed in the Hong-gah Museum, please see:
Loss & Transience
Moving Image Exhibition at Hong-gah Museum, Taipei
12 March to 2 May 2021
Presented by VisionMix in collaboration with videoclub (UK), and Hong-gah Museum (Taiwan), Loss & Transience is a physical exhibition and set of online screenings and webinars. that reflect on environmental change, migration and states of transience through the work of 10 artists/ filmmakers based in India and internationally. With opportunities to engage in discussion with the artists, curators and guest speakers, these events are timed to be accessible online in Europe, India and Taiwan simultaneously. Online film screenings will be hosted by videoclub and Hong-gah Museum.
Installations and screenings of works by artists/filmmakers:
Ranbir Singh Kaleka, Gigi Scaria, Mochu, Avijit Mukul Kishore, Ranu Mukherjee, Ayisha Abraham, Abhinava Bhattacharyya, Ambarien Alqadar, Madhusree Dutta and Devshree Nath.
Loss & Transience Catalogue
Installation view, Loss & Transience, Hong-gah Museum: Video Hall, Taipei, Taiwan, March-April 2021