What Made a Scholar Take Up Arms

Daanish Bin Nabi, tries to understand what made Dr Mohmmad Rafi Bhat turn to violence In the last forty years, Ganderbal in Kashmir has broken peace two times. One, when young Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai, the child... Read More...

Looking At How Machines See Us

Artificial Intelligence was recently trained to make nude art, the results of the experiment are bizarre but also kind of beautiful, writes Pratikshit Chatterji The age of artificial intelligence (AI) is well ... Read More...

Guwahati: Lost and Found

Shaheen Ahmed's photographs aim to build an archive of a city on the brink of change How does one capture the changing legacy of a city as ancient as time and which is now understood as space which has been a ... Read More...

A Language Back From The Future

Invented in the late 1800s by a charismatic internationalist, Esperanto is getting its second wind thanks to language learning apps and a vibrant international travel community, writes Divya Guha Language is a... Read More...

Redefining Femininity & Sexuality

Chen Yuan, spoke to the Hongkong based artist, Claudia Chanhoi, whose art confronts what it takes to be a woman in a modern world Drawing the most feminine parts of the female body as a series of dishes – isn’... Read More...

The Immersive Art of Sajid Wajid Shaikh

Fresh off the heels of his latest exhibition, sbcltr caught up with the visual artist to understand more about his work and art making process 28-year-old visual artist, Sajid Wajid Shaikh recently finished ex... Read More...