Digital discourse program

Coming to Know: Recording

With Vinit Agarwal, Anurima Banerji, Padmini Chettur, Maarten Visser, Annette Wilke

Sat, Sep 12, 2020
4.30–7.30 pm
In English
Padmini Chettur, Study for A Slightly Curving Place, 2020, Image: Alexander Keefe

The act of recording requires a surface onto which a mark can be made. While a mark might have a referent, it is ultimately a record of its own making. A surface can be conceived of in a number of ways: a song can be recorded onto tape, and the memory of a summer onto a song as well.

Over three weeks, the digital discourse series Coming to Know responds to three modalities—tuning, recording, and digging—proposed by the exhibition A Slightly Curving Place. A conversation with a key contributor to the exhibition will focus on practice. For the panel, scholars, archaeologists, and historians will each present a concept that responds to the exhibition. An exchange between them will open up to a public discussion.

4.30 pm
by Nida Ghouse and Brooke Holmes

4.40–6 pm
Padmini Chettur and Maarten Visser with Anurima Banerji
Followed by a Q&A

6–6.15 pm Break

6.15–7 pm
by Annette Wilke and Anurima Banerji
Followed by a discussion among the participants and a Q&A

7–7.30 pm
by Vinit Agarwal
Followed by a discussion