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1 Lucia King Artist, Filmmaker Researcher of non-fiction (artists’) filmmaking practices from India

2 Still from “At Play” (2004) A video installation, pictured here: Sheba Chaddha and Adil Hussain. Director, Lucia King

3 Still from the film, “To Part and Return” (2009) Director Lucia King, featuring artist/performer/dancer, Vinay Kumar

4 Detail from a large-scale drawing, “In knowledge of ignorance” (2009)

5 Installation view, drawings series in a window project (2009) Q! Gallery, Glasgow

6 Still from the film “Hide and Seek” A film exploring issues of success and failure as articulated by children from a variety of class backgrounds, New Delhi, (2005) Pictured, Sarabjot Singh (aged 11)

7 Still from “To Part and Return” (2009) Close-up of the performer, Vinay Kumar whose practice as a performer is this film’s topic

8 Still from “To Part and Return” (2009) Close-up of the performer, Nimi Kumar, actor of the company, Adishakti Performance Laboratory, Pondicherry.

9 Still from the film installation, “The Warkari Cycle” (2011) The pilgrimage of the Warkari on route to Pandharpur in the Solapur district, Maharashtra

10 Still from the film installation, “The Warkari Cycle” (2011). Top angle view of the pilgrims at the temple of Alandi in the Solapur district

11 Still from the film installation, “The Warkari Cycle” (2011). Detail of a mass dance of the Warkari at the Tukaram Temple during the pilgrimage season

12 Bauls from West Bengal- an example of one of the many thousands of performance cultures that the filmmakers of my study are documenting A group of Terrukuttu dramatists in a village near Chennai, performing an extract from the Ramayana (another example of traditional performances explored in the studied films) The Sidis, an African diaspora in India whose culture is explored in Nirmal Chander’s film, All the World’s a Stage (2008)

13 Rajula Shah and Arghya Basu during their filming of “Beyond the Wheel” (2006) in a village in Orissa, based on the myths and practices of potters

14 A sequence from “Uski Roti” (1970) directed by Mani Kaul, a key artist- filmmaker who challenged representational procedures in ‘documentary’

15 Two examples from a range of circa 70 artist’s documentary films from India that become instrumental for lectures, presentations, screenings debates, etc. (with the filmmakers’ permissions)


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