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Podcast #13

Ketaki Sarpotdar

17-10-2023

In this podcast, Joana Moedas engages in a compelling conversation with Ketaki Sarpotdar.
During their talk, Ketaki provides the listener with insights about her residency at 1646 and with more in-depth information about her artistic practice. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of how Ketaki uses folk tales as resources and you can discover the reasons behind her interest in pandemics. 

The podcast is divided into three parts:
The Hatch
The first part is where we delve into using fiction as an instrument to see the world differently.
The Hiccup
The second segment revolves around encountering a problem or setbacks, but these can also help us to understand the world and its messiness.
The Hoax
The last is the hoax. This can be a humorous or malicious deception, where play and humor are harnessed to embrace the unknown and the uncertain.

The podcast format was developed by Joana Moedas and Tom Polleau. The soundscape of the podcast is made by Tom Polleau and Jasper Masthoff handled the editing. 

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About Ketaki Sarpotdar:

Ketaki Deepak Sarpotdar is an artist based in Baroda, India, who works primarily with drawing and etching. In her work, Sarpotdar focuses on human responses to social or political situations and the psychology behind them. In order to analyse human psychology, Sarpotdar derives her visual form from literary pieces, short stories and at times poetry and folktales, which are intended to be a mirror that forces society to introspect. With her work, Sarpotdar aims to traverse polarities; to exist in the spectrum of greys that lie between the black and white; to place herself at the focal point of the polarities of truth and falsity, of right and wrong.

Sarpotdar has completed a Diploma in Fine Arts in drawing and painting from L.S.Raheja School of Art, Mumbai in 2014 and a Post Graduate in Visual Arts from the Graphics Department of M.S. University, Baroda in 2018. She has shown her work at Latitude 28 (New Delhi, IN), TAP India, M.S.University Faculty of Fine Arts (Baroda, IN), Aspinwall House (Kochi, IN), Lalit Kalia (New Delhi, IN) Mini print Biennale (Bucharest, RO), Gandhara Art Gallery (Kolkata, IN), Shanthiroad Art Residency and Gallery (Bangalore, IN), Gallery White (Baroda, IN), Galerie Mirchadani + Steinruecke (Mumbai, IN), Shridharani Gallery (New Delhi, IN), Bikaner House (New Delhi, IN), Amdavadni Gufa Gallery (Ahmedabad, IN), Nine Fish Gallery Art Fair (Mumbai, IN), Shimeesha Art Studio (Gujarat, IN), amongst others.

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