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earlier iterations:
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006

This Incident is successfully concluded
MAIN ~ REPORT ~ IMAGES ~ VIDEO
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Organizers || Participant-Support || Supporting Partner


CeC 2012 was part-funded by Public Affairs Management, of New Delhi.


To know more about this series of incidents, please browse through the pages of earlier iterations (left)

Or, visit the standalone CeC website here

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:::: Some Images ::::
(this collection drawn from the pictures shot by Namaah Kumar, Archan Nair, Harshvardhan Kadam, Kaustabh Kamat, Kirti Poonia, Maria Maximova, Mayank Khanna, Nishant Pagare, Pratish Ram, Rosalind Malik, and Sachin Shetty)
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The main venue, at peace before set-up
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The beginning of that closed-door insiders' meeting, the morning of Day-1, before opening to the general public in the afternoon
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Archan Nair, Abhinay Khoparzi & Sachin Shetty, in performance,
quickly trying to figure out how all of the audio and video is coming from their laptops
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On the sidelines, Akshat Nauriyal explains how he came to be reversed into Tahska
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Ansuman Biswas, whipping obedience into his hang (drum?)
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Archan Nair settles down to figure out how his thingabob works, before performing with it
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Aparna Panshikar gets serious
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Anthony Gongora shines a light on Arun Mehta's effort at tying together
a couple of the many bits of string that held everything together
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Some of the schoolgirls who went through Sheela Raj's creativity workshop, the day before CeC 2012,
popped into the circus itself too
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Sheela corrals a few participants early one morning, to play bag-ladies and bag-men,
gathering up some of the tourist trash from around the Emerald Lake
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Bettina Wenzel gently coaxes a giggle out of Aparna Panshikar
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Curtis Bahn with his disembodied and sensor-saddled new sitar
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Darcy Gladwin finds himself a big grin outdoors
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Strange and mysterious goings-on at the dinner zone one night
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One end of Dmitry Morozov's performance rig
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David Burns, caught in the act...
... of delivering his presentation
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Eugenia Gortchakova lets out not a clue to the creative mischief she's got going on in her digs,
along with Kornelia Hoffman
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A fiddler and a flautist, spotted in the woods behind the main venue
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Freeman Murray takes pause to wonder what on earth he's doing here
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Hemant Sreekumar sets up to perform what reportedly got his cat angry with him, in the course of its making
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Sheela Raj drew folks out into the lovely sunshine once again, with another unique ad hoc offering from the nearest available avataar of her heArtLight Collective
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Ilke fleetingly played flute for some outdoor dance
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Jason Levine brings some beatboxing into concert with Ansuman Biswas and Curtis Bahn
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Jason Levine does his thing, solo
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Lionel Dentan does his thing solo too
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Lionel Dentan's rig of the day. And there was some rhubarb too
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Lukas Ligeti sets out to explain the gee-gaw he'll be perforrming with
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Maida Withers, in performance
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Maida Withers, in conversation
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Maria Victoria Munoz chose to perform in the networking zone
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Maria Victoria Munoz's audience, before things got a bit tight
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And, here's what Maria Victoria Munoz eventually had everybody crowded around
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Namaah Kumar demonstrates how to extend one's pinkie whilst dipping a tea-bag,
in between shooting us a very nice set of stills
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Natalia Ivanova wistfully thinks of the many places she might have been instead
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Nikhil Kaul joins Arsh Sharma and the rest of the band-members of The Circus,
for an impromptu perfromance-jam in the circus
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Mysterious and wonderful goings-on went on once again, on the sidelines every now and again
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Petra Rehwald invited Ansuman Biswas and Curtis Bahn into performance with her,
which reportedly then extended on into a late-night jam elsewhere
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Parvati Tampi got into the incredible lightness of being outdoors
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Ritika Singh and Tritha Sinha blew out a very funky fusion of Indian music with Indian music
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Rosalind Malik's painted boat
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Shankar Barua pretended to play sound-man awhile
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Steve Hilmy (during setup here, with Maida Withers) performed with a broken ankle and wrist,..
.. allowing that to be diagnosed only later on
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Deep chemistry seems to have gone into Shazeb Shaikh's introduction of scent into performative multi-media (with a little help from Kirti Poonia)
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Sheela Raj, caught double hatted
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Large printed image-works by Archan Nair and Shazeb Shaikh dressed up the main tent this time
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Udit Duseja ponders upon how to squeeze everybody into an interactive radio-frequency matrix
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Vicki McConeville brings a peep into her creative preoccupations and products down under
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Verena Clemencic-Jones surprises everybody with the breadth of the ever-growing musical foundation
that she brings to her therapy work

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Participant-Support

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Asian Cultural Council
Institut für Auslandsbezieungen, Kulturabteilung des Auswaertigen Amtes (Institute for Foreign Connections, Culture Department of the Ministery of Foreign Affairs)
Gedok Bremen Künstlerinnenverband Bremen (Union of Women Artists, Bremen)
The George Washington University International Programs
Diversity Art Forum
Shivnakaun Productions
Bandish - The School of Music
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Bidirectional Access Promotion Society
Centre for Internet and Society, Bangalore
The US Department of State, U.S. Embassy, New Delhi
Netaji Subash Institute of Technology
The Academy of Electronic Arts
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Organizers
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The Academy of Electronic Arts (also known as The Academy of Experimental Arts) is a Public Benefit Trust that serves as a learning, sharing, mentoring, networking, benchmarking, empowering and broadly inclusive, but non-educational, institution.
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Incident Director, and Managing Trustee of The AeA: Shankar Barua
Core-Co-Curator, and Term Trustee of The AeA: Shazeb Shaikh
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Co-Curator (CologneOFF 2012 - videoart in a global context): Wilfried Agricola de Cologne
Co-Curator (Parallel Visions | Global Video-Art): Ima Pico

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Supporting Partner
CeC 2012
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Public Affairs Management is an independent firm engaged in corporate and institutional diplomacy, global corporate advisory services, and building thought-leadership across a diverse range of stakeholders and individual client mandates, since 1997-- based in New Delhi.
Our business experience and accomplishments range from engaging corporate top-management and community leaders in best business practices and collective-leadership, leveraging strategic associations & partnerships for enriching global exchange of ideas and benchmarking, and knowledge generation to support innovative research --for delivering best rewards to business and society.



As always, all possible goodwill, association and support
is invited and welcomed from all quarters.

Please reach out to anybody in The AeA to be involved.
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