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    Celebrating the celebration of sexuality in the cultural past of India, viewing it through the lens of censorship on grounds of obscenity, 'Being… Read More
    Celebrating the celebration of sexuality in the cultural past of India, viewing it through the lens of censorship on grounds of obscenity, 'Being Censitive' is a collection of artworks that tries to explore what is considered to be obscene and what is acceptable, highlighting the struggle between people and censorship/moral policing. Taking Khajuraho Temple as my representative case, the artworks try to create a dialogue between the past and the present with illustrations directly inspired from the temple art of Khajuraho which are then juxtaposed with a few recent examples of censorship/moral policing to comment on the same. Read Less
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