Welcome to TASWIR!
TASWIR is an imaginary institute developing its own idiosyncratic topography of themes, a platform initiating, producing, and documenting projects in collaboration with a loosely associated faculty. The site of TASWIR takes on the form of a fragmented and expanding body. You may enter the universe of TASWIR in several ways.
Via the TASWIR Atlas
The ATLAS is the most complex way to enter the project. In it you find an object related, multi-faceted and mobile edition of the TASWIR project. It is helpful to read the ATLAS text and the TASWIR guide before you enter the ATLAS full screen. The ATLAS is in a state of nucleus and still forthcoming.
Via the TASWIR Topography
The TOPOGRAPHY is the systematic way to enter the project. What you find is an idiosyncratic order of encyclopedic themes, subjectively defined, filled with TASWIR and TASWIR related projects, present and future.
Via the TASWIR Faculty
The FACULTY is the personal way to enter the project. Here you will see who has worked with the TASWIR project so far, and how TASWIR crystallizes when mirrored in the works of our loosely associated faculty.
Via the TASWIR Calendar
The CALENDAR is the public way to enter the project. In the Calendar we announce activities of our faculty members in the world and publicize events in which we recognize a strong affinity to our own topography of themes.
HAIM STEINBACH: The Window @ National Gallery of Denmark15-11-2013
15 November 2013–23 February 2014 Haim Steinbach: The Window Image: © Haim Steinbach’s dan...more
PARADISE LOST / Asynchornicities of Diasporic Spaces @ Centre for Contemporary Art, Singapore17-01-2014
January 17–March 30, 2014 Paradise Lost exhibition featuring: Trinh T. Minh-ha: Surname Viet ...more
PAUL GUIRAGOSSIAN: The Human Condition @ Beirut Exhibition Center20-11-2013
November 20, 2013–January 6, 2014 Paul Guiragossian: The Human Condition Organized by Paul Guir...more