[PAST/ ARCHIVE] The Fantastic India-Pakistan Battle: Literarature and Ideas Programme
Day starts with...
(no need to attend all events)
READING GROUP on short essay
"THE FANTASTIC INDIA PAKISTAN BATTLE: The Future of the Past in South Asia" by Ashis Nandy
to recieve a copy of the text pls email (only 6 pages)
with INDIA-PAKISTAN CRICKET in the title and u will recieve a copy ASAP
the discussion raised around the essay will be possibly be recorded for the film screening on 14th October
You are welcome to come and just listen
We wish to learn from the audience too
ART WRITING ON TRAVELLING IN PAKISTAN
'Leave the letters 'till we're dead': borrowing the title from a collection of Virginia Woolf's letters, Gemma Sharpe will continue her investigation into the interpersonal possibilities of art writing by reading fragments of her correspondences whilst in Karachi this summer. The reading will be later broadcast on Resonance FM on the 12th of October as part of 'Digestives', a series by antepress. Gemma recently completed a residency at VASL and has presented talks at the ICA. She has just returned from travelling across India and Pakistan.
Night: beneath the arches of a railway bridge: a man: a woman.
"TRYST (WITH DESTINY)"
a play by Akkas Al-Ali
(inspired by Saadat Hasan Manto's short story, Toba Tek Singh based on Partition of India-Pakistan and Lunatic asylum)
directed by Erica Miller
starring Sonia Kaur and Marlon Day
AND IT'S FREE!
FILM: TRAIN TO PAKISTAN
AND LEGENDS OF PAKISTAN CRICKET will be simaltaneously screening in the project space on loop from 1pm.
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