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Sutapa Biswas

Book relating to an exhibition, 2004
Published by: inIVA/Douglas F. Cooley
Year published: 2004
Number of pages: 96
ISBN: 1-899846-39-5

image of Sutapa Biswas

Square colour soft cover publication/one in an edition of monographs produced by inIVA/96 pages

Title: Sutapa Biswas
Source: Published in the UK by inIVA in collaboration with the Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College, Portland, Oregon. © 2004 inIVA. Texts © 2004 the authors/Images © 2004 Sutapa Biswas, unless otherwise stated. Edited by Sarah Campbell - Designed by Untitled/Published on the occasion of Sutapa Biswas: Birdsong, an inIVA touring exhibition produced in collaboration with Film and Video Umbrella.

Cover image: Birdsong, 2004 - 16mm film. Photograph by Toby Glanville

06 - Foreword : Gilane Tawadros
08 - An Exchange: In Conversation with Sutapa Biswas: Stephanie Biswas
20 - Artist’s Statement
22 - Tracing Figures of Presence: Naming Ciphers of Absence Feminism, Imperialism & Postmodernity: The Work of Sutapa Biswas: Griselda Pollock
42 - Spaces Inside Time: Guy Brett
48 - Birdsong - Laura Mulvey
58 - Two Places at Once, or the Same Place Twice: The Art of Sutapa Biswas: Ian Baucom
66 - To Kill Two Birds with One Stone: Sutapa Biswas
72 - Sutapa Biswas: Flights of Memory/Rites of Passage/Assertions of Culture A Five-Part Study: Moira Roth
90 - Artist’s Statement
92 - Artist’s Biography
95 - Contributors’ Biographies
96 - Artist’s Acknowledgements

Related people

»  Sutapa Biswas

Born, 1962 in Bolpur, India

Related exhibitions

Related venues

»  Angel Row Gallery

Nottingham, United Kingdom

»  Cafe Gallery Projects

London, United Kingdom

»  Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery

Portland, Oregon, United States of America

»  Harewood House

Leeds, United Kingdom

»  Leeds City Art Gallery, The Headrow

Leeds, United Kingdom