Glasgow International Festival of Contemporary Art

Indranjan Banerjee

Indranjan Banerjee (he/they) thinks and works as a curator, writer, editor, dramaturge, and cultural producer; and is presently a curator at Khoj International Artists’ Association, New Delhi.

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He often plays the role of an interlocutor with artists and creative practitioners and thinks with creative practices that are at the intersection of visual, material and performance cultures. His engagements with dance, movement, somatic practices, and thus the body feeds his interest in the interstices of art, technology and ecology. He investigates the relationship between image and text, body and embodiment, and speculates on the entanglements between art and design. His curatorial research primarily draws from the above intersections. Experimental writing, writing in transmission, acts of annotation and the bodies of writing are his writerly fixations.

His writing has featured in such publications as Art India, Experimenter Books, STIR, among other independent publications, and has been invited as an observer-writer for programs such as ADAM Lab, Taipei Arts Festival. His ongoing writing project “Measurings with Mercury” has been selected for Literaturfestival BuchBasel 2022.

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