George Chakravarthi's UnSeen is a collection of Chakravarthi's early photographic self-portraits. Mostly unseen and made with low costs and in low conditions, he speaks about them for the first time and reveals how and why these early portraits were created and informed his current artistic practice. In conversation with Andrew Mitchelson, Chakravarthi talks about his early influences and experiences of being raised in India, childhood experiences in London and being an outsider in both cultures.
George Chakravarthi and Live Art Development Agency, 2009, 1 DVD-PAL, 65 minutes.Trade orders: Central Books. Find the details on Unbound Trade Orders and Distribution Information page.
Final Transmission is a book of intergenerational dialogue between artists, scholars and activists about what it means to transfer the skills, ideas and mysteries of performance through pandemic and crises. The...