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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

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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

Contents:
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

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Sutapa Biswas

Review relating to an exhibition, 1992
Published by: City Limits
Year published: 1992
Unpaginated.

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Single sheet A4 photocopy/Listings magazine - City Limits/November 5 -12 1992, no page ref/Preview and image by Robin Dutt for an exhibition.

Title:Sutapa Biswas: Synapse
The Photographers’ Gallery

From the text: “In her latest exhibition Sutapa Biswas experiments with memeory and desire. But she draws on many inspiration, trawls history and personalises and depersonalises the whole act of remembering and referencing.”

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Sutapa Biswas

Born, 1962 in Bolpur, India

The Transforming the Crown catalogue has Sutapa Biswas’ birthplace as being Santinekethan, India. Sutapa Biswas‘ work was included in the book Shades of Black: Assembling Black Arts in 1980s Britain. She was on “The Thematics and Aesthetic Shifts in Practice since the 1980s” panel at the Shades of Black conference, 20 April 2001, Duke University. She was also on the conference’s Summation panel.

Biswas contributed an illustrated text - To kill two birds with one stone - to Beyond Frontiers: Contemporary British Art by Artists of South Asian Descent, Saffron Books, 2001. The book described itself as marking “the first attempt to survey the work of contemporary British artists whose ancestral roots lie in the countries and cultures of South Asia. For some, their links with the Subcontinent remain present and immediate; for others, they are a barely perceptible trace, filtered through generations of exile and migration.”

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