• P. Manasaram - Artist Run Centre - Rungh Magazine - Volume 6, Number 2

Volume 6, Number 2

In This Issue

P. Manasaram - Artist Run Centre - Rungh Magazine Volume 6, Number 2

At Rungh, we like to ask questions. Often, the answers surprise us.

Our Poetry feature in this issue, On Poetry and Complexity, brings together Madhur Anand, Rae Armantrout, Roald Hoffman and Sarah Tolmie as they talk about the presence of complexity, ambiguity, originality and error in their poetry. Osheen Harruthoonyan's art work accompanies the conversation.

What is the role of repetition in an art practice? Indu Vashist and Toleen Touq tackle this question as a part of their text about the artist P. Mansaram, who is featured in the Artist Run Centre.

Features

Repetition is Practice

The art of P. Mansaram.

Text by Indu Vashist and Toleen Touq. Art by P. Mansaram. | Read more.

On Poetry and Complexity

A Conversation at the Interface of Art and Science.

Read more.

Prickly Fruit

The Orchard (After Chekhov) reviewed

Rusaba Alam | Read more.

Picking Trilliums

Excerpt from Coconut Dreams by Derek Mascarenhas.

Read more.
 

More in this Issue

Artist Run Centre
Text by Indu Vashist and Toleen Touq. Art by P. Mansaram. | Read more.

No Movement Without a Beginning

Exploring political pasts/presents in kathak dance in Ottawa and Bangalore
Arpita Bajpeyi | Read more.

Transcripts

In the Margins

Alternative arts spaces in Toronto and Bangalore

Tara Atluri | Read more.

Fiction

Picking Trilliums

Excerpt from Coconut Dreams by Derek Mascarenhas
Reviews

Prickly Fruit

The Orchard (After Chekhov) reviewed.

Rusaba Alam | Read more.

Claiming Visible Space

Reflections on the Vancouver Mural Festival.

Shagufta Pasta | Read more.

Countervailing at the Margins

Acts of Refusal in Simranpreet Anand’s ਮੈਂ ਿੲੱਥੇ ਹਾਂ (i am here)

Kiran Sunar | Read more.

Poetry

On Poetry and Complexity

A Conversation at the Interface of Art and Science.