recently, now + soon
EXHIBITIONS + SCREENINGS
*My (award-winning!) feature film What We Left Unfinished has been traveling since its premiere at the Berlinale in February 2019, alongside screenings of several newly restored classic Afghan films. Some virtual screenings and Q&As are coming up this summer and fall. Check the film website or follow the film on Twitter or Instagram for updates and contact Good Docs to book an educational or museum screening in North America.
*From March 10th to June 10th, an excerpt from my film-in-progress Dis-Ease will be streaming in WeChat Mini in China and Hong Kong as part of the Center for Experimental Film’s Online Cinema program 1:99, curated by Ying Kwok.
*From May 16th to September 16th, the Kallmann-Museum Ismaning will feature Going, Going, Gone as part of the exhibition Ausweitung der Marktzone (Extension of the market zone), curated by Rasmus Kleine and Luca Daberto.
*My 2013 essay for Creative Time Reports and Foreign Policy, “Parable of the Garden,” has been reprinted in the fabulous book Artists on the News, which features selections from the five years of Creative Time Reports and is edited by the amazing Marisa Mazria Katz. Get it here!
*An interview with Marisa and the New Models podcast about the ideas behind my film-in-progress Dis-Ease (November 2019)
*An interview about and glimpse into the research process for Dis-Ease, for the Wellcome Collection in September 2018
*The Garden of Forked Tongues, originally commissioned by the Queens Museum of Art in conjunction with Nonstop Metropolis: The Remix. A collaboration with the Endangered Language Alliance, Effi Ibok and Josh Begley.
*Rhizome preserved the 2004 web project How Do You See the Disappeared? A Warm Database as part of Net Art Anthology (now a book); Chitra and I had a conversation with Michael Connor about it and I was also on a New Museum panel about net art, dispersion and disappearance after 9/11 with Eva & Franco Mattes, David Joselit, and Aria Dean in November 2017.
*A conversation about art, activism, and how to win by losing with Vince Warren, director of the Center for Constitutional Rights, moderated by curator Amara Antilla, in August 2017
*Words on Terror, a 2016 poetry reading for the launch of Solmaz Sharif’s Look at the Asian American Writer’s Workshop, on the AAWW podcast
*Press coverage of What We Left Unfinished (2019-2020)
*A profile in The Guardian for the UK premiere of What We Left Unfinished (June 2019)
*A profile in the Suddeutsche Zeitung (German, April 2019)
*When the Spirits Moved Them, They Moved in The New York Times (January 2019)
*Five artists you need to know, in Elle India (June 2018)
*I responded to Frieze’s survey on the importance of art as a form of protest (March 2017)
*Interview for the Guggenheim MAP about A Brief History of Collapses (May 2016)