The jury for Gender Bender 2018 got together on June 9, to go over the applications. The process is now underway and the results will be announced soon.
We thank all the lovely jurors for sharing their expertise with us.
AASTHA CHAUHAN
Born in Ajmer, Rajasthan in 1981, Aastha studied sculpture at the Panjab and
later Delhi University. Her art practise can be defined as public, socially engaged and site specific. She has worked in the neighbourhood of Khirkee in South Delhi since 2005, initially with KHOJ International Artists Association as their Community Arts coordinator till 2011 and independently since. She is also interested in micro broadcasting and since 2008 worked closely with 90.4MHz Henvalvani community radio station in Chamba, Uttarakhand.
Her projects are collaborative, multidisciplinary in nature and mostly self-funded
/ self sustained long term engagements. With a focus on two geographies /
locations (Chamba and Khirkee), she is able to weave meaningful projects with a
strong subtext of cultural activism. She has taught at the Ambedkar University, Delhi and is currently working with Srishti Institute of Art Design and Technology.
She lives and works between Delhi and Bangalore.
RAHAAB ALLANA
Rahaab Allana is Curator/Publisher of the Alkazi Foundation for the Arts in New Delhi, and Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society in London. After his MA from SOAS in 2000, he had an early engagement as Assistant Curator at the National Gallery of Modern Art (New Delhi) in 2001-2, and has subsequently curated exhibits, edited and contributed to national and international publications, working closely in Museums and galleries such as The Brunei Gallery (London), Rencontres d’Arles (Espace Van Gogh), The Folkwang, Photography Museum (Berlin), the Rubin Museum (NY), Banco de Brazil (Rio), the Royal Fine Art Museum (Brussels) as well as National Museum, Delhi; and the Bhau Daji Lad Museum in Mumbai where he teaches an annual, diploma course on the History of Photography in India.
Rahaab is also the Founding Editor of PIX, one of India’s first theme-based photography quarterly and exhibitionary platform supported by the Goethe Institute, and from time to time by the Japan Foundation, Pro Helvetia, ICCR and British Council, with issues devoted to unseen works and new writings from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, Sri Lanka and Myanmar. Having showcased over 25 exhibitions of these issues around various socio-cultural themes, the forthcoming, 16th issue, is a Special one dedicated to the theme of ‘Citizen’.
As a collector in his own right he has co-authored and published a book from his own private collection of Cinema stills and ephemera, titled Filmi Jagat: Shared Universe of Early Hindi Cinema, exploring a subculture of photography and print media through a found scrapbook; and he also showcased a solo exhibition of his own photographs, taken over the last 12 years of his experiences related to heritage in India and South Asia, entitled Worlds of Difference at the Romain Rolland Gallery, Alliance Francaise, Delhi, April in 2010.
URVASHI BUTALIA
Urvashi Butalia is a feminist publisher and writer. Co-founder of India’s first feminist publishing house, Kali for Women, she now heads Zubaan, an imprint of Kali. She has a long involvement in the women’s movement in India and writes on a wide range of issues to do with gender. Among her best known publications is the award winning oral history of Partition: The Other Side of Silence: Voices from the Partition of India, which has been translated into several Indian and International languages.

VIKRAM PHUKAN

Vikram Phukan is a Mumbai-based playwright and stage critic. He writes extensively on theatre in publications like The Hindu, Forbes India, Live Mint, Mumbai Theatre Guide and his own website, Stage Impressions.
His work as playwright includes contributing to Sunil Shanbag’s Hindustani musical Stories in a SongLimbo, a rites of passage drama directed by Manish Gandhi; an Indian adaptation of Arthur Miller’s The Price; and collaborating with The Patchworks Ensemble on The Gentlemen’s Club.

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