FMP and Visual Research Method Workshop at Kochi Biennale

Thank you Kochi Muziris Biennale for inviting us to showcase The Public Life of Women – A Feminist Memory Project as part of the 5th Kochi Muziris Biennale curated by Shubigi Rao. We are always happy to have the opportunity to share our work with new audiences. We met many wonderful people while we were there. We are back home with many reflections on the nature, intent and limitations of large-scale biennale events. If you find yourself in Kochi, you can encounter these pieces of Nepali history at Pepper House until 10 April 2023.

Nepal Picture Library also spent four wonderfully invigorating days of thinking archives, sharing histories, and hopes for the future. Big thanks to Kochi Muziris Biennale for making this gathering possible, and to all our guests Amar Kanwar, Laxmi Murthy and Uriel Orlow for taking time to share their work and deep thinking with us. And much love, gratitude and solidarity to all our new friends from Srinagar, Guwahati, Madhurai, and Kozhikode – thank you for your spirited participation and here’s to more collective thinking and acting in the days to come ✊🏽❤️