Captivated by the Biennale

Mumbai-born artist Atul Dodiya discusses Kochi, his ideas for the biennale and the need for alternative spaces for contemporary art in India. Primarily a painter, Dodiya talks about his craft and his process of thought pertaining to his work for this Biennale. He touches on his amazement at the beautiful “architecture, greenery and water” of Kochi and discusses the “mind-blowing” spaces available to artists participating in the Kochi-Muziris Biennale.

For Dodiya, an Indian artist, this Biennale could be “one of the greatest things to happen to contemporary art in India”, and holds many opportunities for the local community, Indian art students and general public alike.

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