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Glenn Maxwell,trespass, ITs a xmas i will never forget finding your partner dead peacefully in bed first thing in the morning. I will never stop missing you xx — Fadi Fawaz (@fadifawaz) December 26 2016 “The family would ask that their privacy be respected at this difficult and emotional time There will be no further comment at this stage” the publicist said Michael was due to release a documentary in 2017 after years of living as a virtual recluse in which he hit the headlines for a series of bizarre incidents linked to drugs For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pooja Pillai | Published: May 28 2017 12:01 am Creative costs: Praneet Soi with his untitled wall painting (Source: Anil Rane) Related News In 2005 when Praneet Soi began spending time in the old Kolkata quarter of Kumartuli it was with the objective of working with the idol makers who have traditionally lived in the neighbourhood “There was one particular sculptor whom I worked with regularly but every afternoon whenever it was time for a siesta he would shoo me out” says Soi The artist then explored the neighbourhood learning about the small production-based economy that kept Kumartuli humming Soi says “There are a lot of old jute warehouses along the river bank which had become defunct They were taken over by little workshops which subdivided the space and used it to produce all sorts of things such as toys cards and garments I’d hang about and watch how they worked” Here Soi came across a man who made small plastic balls of the type used by young children The machine he used was an antiquated one powered equally by electricity and muscle-power Small pellets of coloured plastic would have to be fed in a wheel would have to be turned by hand while a foot would pedal at the bellows “The man had over time created this whole choreography of highly economised movements to maximise his efficiency and would produce about 300-500 balls in a day He’d make the same movements all day long and I began to wonder how I could emphasise the amount of labour he was putting into the production of these plastic balls” recalls Soi He briefly considered making a video to record the process but decided that limiting himself to that medium wouldn’t do justice to the subject He then broke the video down to its frames took printouts of them and turned them into drawings These were arranged in their proper sequence and used to create an analog animation “I had to do it in a labour-intensive way that I too would have to struggle with” he says Where art resides the artist-craftsman often doesn’t (Source: Prashant Nadkar) Like in Kumartuli Ballmaker in many of the works that Soi has done since the time he spent watching workers in Kolkata one can see a preoccupation with trying to understand labour and chronicle its place in art today This is what weaves together the works on display at his ongoing solo exhibition ‘Notes on Labour’ at the Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum Mumbai “I’m not looking at labour as an academic question” says Soi as he walks us through the exhibition “I’m trying to understand where we can place the labourer as an artist today” Soi’s work spans geographical and cultural regions — from Kolkata to Srinagar to Guangzhou in China — and to view it is to witness the empathy the artist has for the skills and labours of the artisans It’s the result of a deep engagement with the artisans in their workshops spending days watching how they work and learning from them techniques that have been perfected often over a centuries-long chain of knowledge transmission The resulting “notes” as Soi calls them range from an attempt to document the deep wells of learning that artisans draw on to memorialising the actual physical efforts involved in creation to acknowledging the unique artistic vision of the craftsman Notes on Labour for example features a large installation made of 100 handmade papier-mache tiles made in collaboration with the craftsman Fayaz Jan with whom Soi has periodically spent time since he first visited Kashmir in 2010 This work Tile as Archive rose out of a need that the Amsterdam-based artist felt to record the ideas and techniques that form the basis of the papier mache tradition in Kashmir As with most traditional arts here too knowledge is passed on orally Soi involved the artisans at Fayaz’s studio in the making of tiles where the traditional designs patterns and floral tropes would be accompanied by labels and instructions as well as portraits of the artisans themselves which Soi made The final installation thus does double duty as both art object and archive Tile as Archive is an installation of handmade papier-mache tiles (Source: Prashant Nadkar) The Kolkata-born artist attributes his deep curiosity and empathy for the places he goes to and the people he meets to his father Vinay Soi who was a mechanical engineer and a man driven by curiosity himself The artist says “I’ve known him to get into a train and within an hour acquaint himself with all the people who were travelling with him” He had Soi says a “humanist vision” which he passed on to his son It was this vision that the artist was employing when he worked again and again with an image of two survivors that he had found in a newspaper report about the 2008 bombing of the Indian Embassy in Kabul Over the years Soi has revisited this image multiple times to arrive at his own meaning free from the distancing filter of the media in which it originally appeared The entwined figures sometimes appear almost mythic functioning as a synecdoche for human compassion in times of crisis such as when Soi included them in his 2008 Disasters of War series of fibreglass sculptures At other times the artist moulds the figures together in impossible forms making a more immediate statement about the incomprehensible chaos and violence of our times This need to witness and understand for himself is also why when he visited Kashmir for the first time he mingled with the local community of artisans Soi says he needed to see the troubled state without the filter of other people’s or the media’s viewpoints “I’d gone there because I was curious to know what it would be like at the border of my country but I found that everyone had their own agenda and they were all telling me their version of the story” he says In the artist-to-artist relationship he formed with the papier mache craftsmen Soi says he found a more instinctive way to communicate “Working with craftsmen opens you up to so many more artistic languages” he says “I draw a line in one way they draw it another way It gives you a more polyphonic understanding of the world” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai: Members of the steering committee comprising representatives of various farmer groups Saturday said guardian ministers won’t be allowed to unfurl the national flag at district headquarters on 15 August if the government fails to announce an unconditional loan-waiver "The loan-waiver announced by the BJP-led government in the state is full of flaws and riders Those should be done away with" Raghunanthdada Patil a member of the committee told reporters here Representational image Reuters "There should be a total loan-waiver for farmers Only then will we allow ministers to unfurl the national flag" Patil said A chakka jam (shut down) protest will be organised all over the state on 14 August MLA Bachhu Kadu and Maharashtra Kisan Sabha leader Ajit Navle said "If the government ignores our demands there will be a fresh farmers’ agitation in Maharashtra" they said On 24 June the state government had announced a Rs 34000-crore crop loan-waiver for state’s marginal farmers Dubbed by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis as the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Krushi Sanman Yojana the scheme is designed to benefit about 89 lakh farmers Under the scheme farmers having outstanding loans between 1 April 2012 and 30 June 2016 would be entitled for the waiver Loans up to Rs 15 lakh would be written off immediately making some 35 lakh farmers instantly debt-free A one-time settlement scheme was offered to 9 lakh farmers who had debts of over Rs 15 lakh They would be eligible for a waiver of 25 percent of the outstanding amount or Rs 15 lakh whichever was less Fadnavis had said Written by Express News Service | Bangalore | Published: December 20 2013 4:34 am Related News Former teacher Mohan Kumar50who was convicted in the past two days of three of 20 murders of young women he allegedly committedpleaded for leniency Thursday even as the prosecution sought death during sentencing arguments in the court of the fourth additional district and sessions judge in Mangalore The sentencing is on Friday Kumar has been found guilty of the murder of Anitha22in 2009Leelavathi26in 2005 and Sunanda32in 2008 Seeking leniencyhe said in a written plea to judge B K Naik that he was a poor man with a family that included two children and an ill mother to support The prosecution argued that Kumar was a cold-blooded killer who preyed on vulnerabilities of poor women to rapeloot and poison them to death It said he committed the series of crimes despite being a fatherhusband and a son His arrest in October 2009 had unravelled the mystery behind a series of deaths of young women in toiletshotel rooms and lodges in BangaloreMysoreMadikeri and Hassan since 2003 Kumar allegedly lured 20 young women from the Mangalore region to travel with him after winning their confidence with the promise of marriage The Mangalore police zeroed in on Kumar while probing the June 2009 disappearance of Anitha from Barimaru village in Bantwal taluk of the district She had left home saying she was going to a dentist Kumar was caught after he used the mobile phone of Anitha to contact his next victim26-year-old woman Yashodha of Belthangadywho was killed in September the same year For all the latest City Others News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: August 9 2013 12:58 am Related News The railway police found a man dead at the railway station under mysterious circumstances late Wednesday night While the police recovered no identity proof and no one has claimed the body yetthe body has been sent to Civil Hospital mortuary For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipankar Ghose | Ghaziabad | Published: July 8 2012 1:14 am Top News Heavy police deploymentclosed shops and long traffic jams marked the counting process for the Ghaziabad civic polls on Saturday The procedure for tallying of votes continued well past 10 pm on Saturday At the time of going to pressSP-supported Independent candidate Sudhan Rawat was leading in Ghaziabad against BJP candidate Teluram BJPs Damayant Goyal holds the post of Mayor at present The two counting centres in Ghaziabad witnessed massive crowdswith supporters of all candidates waiting for results Ingram Institutenear the Collectoratewas the venue for counting of votes of Dasna and Hindon areas and MB Girls Collegenear GDA officesaw results being assimilated for the Ghaziabad municipality At both venuessupporters complained that not much information was being passed on to them Normallythere are announcements over the loudspeaker to let people know the position in a constituency Butthere have not been many announcements today There is no clarity?which is 5ft 3ins across and weighs a whopping 22st, Recollect Shakespeare? 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