by Anupama Kundoo Nov 28, 2020
by STIRworld Nov 27, 2020
“Architecture is like peeing in a pair of black pants”: Delhi-based creative and art collector Swapan Seth in dialogue with architect Akshat Bhatt of Architecture Discipline.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Nov 10, 2020
In showcasing the aesthetics of mending, it is contentious for art to be contextualised as insulated from the broken-ness of reality.
by Navkirat Sodhi Oct 29, 2020
Poet-author Navkirat Sodhi goes back in time to linger around the memorable design philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi and his application of architecture to the real world.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Oct 24, 2020
The Viennese photographer boldly went where few photographers dared to go, exploring the inner reaches of female consciousness.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Oct 07, 2020
Steirischer Herbst’s 2020 edition, Paranoia TV, adopts the screen as a medium of dissemination in a digital, pandemic world, but to what end?
by John Jervis Oct 02, 2020
On Danish architect Bjarke Ingels’ 46th birthday, the website of his practice aptly lists a total of 46 projects completed by the firm. John Jervis observes the BIG phenomenon.
by Francois Bredenkamp Sep 25, 2020
Francois Bredenkamp of Boogertman + Partners writes about the state of 'Guerrilla Urbanism' that exists in Africa and the opportunities this pandemic has brought in terms of innovation.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Sep 18, 2020
The debut exhibition at Kunsthalle Wien by its new directors, the Croatian collective, What, How & for Whom (WHW), reveals the inherently classist nature of our desires for peace.
by Julius Wiedemann Sep 15, 2020
Julius Wiedemann notes the ongoing revolution in the field of education where open-source information is readily accessible, giving rise to more questions than answers.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Sep 08, 2020
What it means to stumble upon one of artist Gunter Demnig’s ‘Stolperstein’, a 10x10cm memorial to a murdered victim of Nazi oppression.
by Shraddha Nair Aug 25, 2020
In the eighth and final part of the series, STIR investigates RMB City, that was ahead of its time in 2009, but today professes a distinct possibility of a multiplayer video game.
by Kabir Awatramani Aug 24, 2020
The brutal murder of George Floyd ignited global outcry at the dehumanising racism America’s Black community is victim to – we investigate how the art world is responding.
by Rahul Kumar Sep 02, 2020
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