IAS Vulnerability Seminar
Zarina Bhimji in conversation with Tamar Garb
The IAS Vulnerability Seminar Series is delighted to welcome the artist Zarina Bhimji for this screening and talk.
Bhimji will be in conversation with Tamar Garb to discuss her 2011 film installation, Yellow Patch. Inspired by trade and immigration routes across the Indian Ocean between India and Africa, Yellow Patch is an exploration of space with a characteristically evocative use of sound. Shot on 35mm on location in India, the film focuses on distinct details of the landscape and architecture. These uninhabited spaces conjure stories about those who were once present and urge us to question why they are no longer there. Yellow Patch is part of a major body of film works that includes Waiting (2007) and Jangbar (2014). This conversation with be chaired by Gabriella Nugent.
Image: Bhimji, Zarina (2011) Yellow Patch. Film still