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Between the Waves
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 26:14 | Inde | 2012
Tejal Shah (b. 1979) is a multi-disciplinary artist primarily working with video, photography, performance, sound and installation. Her work, like herself, is feminist, queer and political. She has exhibited widely in museums, galleries and film festivals. Recent presentations include, Paris-Delhi-Bombay?, Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2011, Where Three Dreams Cross, Whitechapel Gallery, London, 2010; Lost and Found - Queerying the Archive, Nikolaj Contemporary Art Center, Copenhagen, 2009; Global Feminisms, Brooklyn Museum, NY, 2007 and Saturday Live, Tate Modern, London, 2006. Solo exhibitions include The Incidental Self, Barbara Gross Gallery, Munich, 2011; There is a spider living between us, La Centrale, Montreal, 2011; Pentimento, Kashi Art Gallery, Cochin, 2009; ?What are You??, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York and Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke, Bombay, 2006 and The Tomb of Democracy, Alexander Ochs Gallery, Berlin, 2003. Her work is in the collection of Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; Devi Art Foundation, New Delhi and several other private collections in India and abroad. Tejal Shah is a multi-disciplinary artist working primarily with video, photography, performance, sound and installation. Her work, like herself, is feminist, queer and political. She has exhibited widely in museums, galleries and film festivals. Her photography, video work and installation art questions the normal and the queer, bringing to light the dissonance between norm and, perception of the norm.