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Prayas Abhinavarrow

Prayas Abhinav (b. 1982) lives in Bangalore. He has presented his projects and proposals at ‘Futuresonic’, Manchester (2009); ‘Make Them Love You’, Chennai (2009), ‘Wintercamp’, Amsterdam (2009), ‘48c: Public Art Ecology’, New Delhi (2008), ‘Urban Climate Camp’, ISEA (2008); ‘Urban Typhoon’, Koliwada (2008), ‘Sensory Urbanism’, Glasgow (2008); ‘First Monday’, Chicago (2006); ‘The Paris Accord’ (2006), Public Service Broadcasting Trust (2006); at Sarai, New Delhi (2005), Alliance Française, Ahmedabad (2002) and Chitra Kala Parishath, Bangalore (2002).
He has been supported by fellowships by Openspace India, International Institute for Art, Culture and Democracy (IIACD) and Center for Media Studies (CMS). His fiction and poetry has been published in a few magazines and newspapers. "Even War has Limits", an essay he wrote won a prize from the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and took him to Kosovo in 2000. He has taught workshops and electives at the Dutch Art Institute (DAI) and Center for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT). He published a literary magazine, Crimson Feet from 2003-05. For his experiments with ways to make small presses in India sustainable, the magazine was part of the venture incubators at the National Institute of Design (NID) and IndiaCo (2003-04).

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