CAMP

  • CAMP is an artistic collective that started working as a group in 2007, initially consisting of Shaina Anand (filmmaker and artist), Sanjay Bhangar (software programmer) and Ashok Sukumaran (architect and artist). « CAMP’s “raison d’être” is that it produces and sustains long duration and sometimes large-scale artistic work. Its projects over the past five years have shown how deep technical experimentation and artistic form can meet. »CAMP’s projects closely trace global phenomena: ships, CCTV, the emotional state of workers and guards, phone leaks, cinematic, digital and energetic media; within long-term research and collaborative fieldwork, which creates a real intimacy with their material brought to evolve in different shapes, and thus a clearly politically committed stance.CAMP is also committed within the video and film worlds through larger projects such as Pad.ma (Public Acces Digital Media Archive: an ongoing online archival project, centered around video as a medium of documentation, collection, argumentation and exchange), fellowships for young filmmakers, an Indian cinema archive, and their own screening program organized on their roof top terrace in Bombay.

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General Rehearsal (Moscow)
26 Apr 2018–16 Sep 2018 Exhibitions
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CAMP is an artistic collective that started working as a group in 2007, initially consisting of Shaina Anand (filmmaker and artist), Sanjay Bhangar (software programmer) and Ashok Sukumaran (architect and artist).
« CAMP’s “raison d’être” is that it produces and sustains long duration and sometimes large-scale artistic work. Its projects over the past five years have shown how deep technical experimentation and artistic form can meet. »

CAMP’s projects closely trace global phenomena: ships, CCTV, the emotional state of workers and guards, phone leaks, cinematic, digital and energetic media; within long-term research and collaborative fieldwork, which creates a real intimacy with their material brought to evolve in different shapes, and thus a clearly politically committed stance.

CAMP is also committed within the video and film worlds through larger projects such as Pad.ma (Public Acces Digital Media Archive: an ongoing online archival project, centered around video as a medium of documentation, collection, argumentation and exchange), fellowships for young filmmakers, an Indian cinema archive, and their own screening program organized on their roof top terrace in Bombay.