He has blocked my way so I cannot pass; he has shrouded my paths in darkness. Matt has been through his own personal crucifixion. But has he kept his soul? He points out several linguistic links between the portrayal of both the Servant, Job, and righteous, God-fearing, Israelites in exile — those who shared the fate of disobedient Israel, and suffered, while still being faithful.
Teaching Faculty Abhishek Hazra Abhishek Hazra is a visual artist whose close yet idiosyncratic study of the historiography of science has led him to explore various practices of knowledge production and dispersion.
Hazra uses text, video, online interventions, performance and prints that often draw from speculative scenarios. He has also been the recipient of multiple awards including the prestigious Sanskriti Award for Visual Art. Abhiyan Humane On leave Abhiyan Humane is an artist and scholar interested in perception, manifestation, and interpretation of information.
He experiments with light, photosensitivity, and motion. His work explores emergent technologies and platforms that are increasingly relevant in a world where our interactions and experiences are mediated. How political movements foster, develop, and evolve has always fascinated him.
He is interested in the production and consumption of art during social, cultural, and political movements. Abhiyan also curated an art gallery in Minneapolis.
His academic background includes engineering, political communication, new media, and information science. After graduating in Architecture from College of Engineering Trivandrum, she worked as an architect in Cochin.
Always interested in films, she went to NID to learn filmmaking. She has worked as an Assistant Director in Chennai and Mumbai on tv commercials and feature length films. Ahsam was also part of various short films and collaborative film projects.
She has worked with AOL as video editor, production coordinator and filmmaker. Currently, Ahsam is working on her own film, a documentary in progress.
At Srishti, Ahsam teaches elementary film courses to undergraduates, which would include Camera, Video production, Scene construction, Fiction and Non-fiction film. Aileen Blaney Aileen Blaney is an educator, writer and researcher with an M. Her research is currently focused on how the internet, digitization of culture and their increasing automation are impacting photo-based art practices and photography in the everyday.
Akanksha Akanksha Chhajer is an artist-architect. After graduating from R.
V College of Architecture, she worked as an architect in Bangalore. Her quest for acquiring new technical skills and developing her creative practices led her to do her MA in Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking.
As an architect, she is keenly interested in built structures, their spatial narratives and tactility, in physical form and thought.Goldsmiths, University of London is in South East London.
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