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					raphael jay adjani

a.k.a.

ajaykumar

raphael jay adjani (a.k.a. ajaykumar) does not consider herself an artist although art she has
created has been exhibited all around the world.

www. ajaykumar.com

Exhibition/Screenings/Performances Record
- selected from past, current, and upcoming

Solo works marked in asterisk*


2011-12                parade ground
                       red cube series 03
                        www.8-technology.net/parade_ground
                        site-specific architectonic installation
                        Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground – ‘the gallery without walls‘
                       of University of the Arts London, by
                       Tate Britain, London, U.K.
                       26-30 May. 2012


2011-12                omomuki – atmospheres, tastes and flavours of space
                       red cube series 02
                       www.8-technology.net/deep_ecology
                       installation
                       Change the World Gallery, Omotesando, Tokyo, Japan
                       1-5 Apr. 2012



2011-12                water (Thai: nam)
                       site-specific sculpture and art in community project
                       Ban Krua, Bangkok, Thailand
                       In partnership with BKK arts, British Council, Jim Thompson Musuem, and
                       King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT)
                       Feb. 2012


2010-present           naka-ma relationship-place
                       film
                       Various international contexts and online:
                       http://www.8technology.net/8/film__rp_nm/Entries/2010/9/20_rel
                       ationship-place_naka-ma.html



2010-present           zero = every day?
                       film
                       Various international contexts and online.
                       http://www.8technology.net/8/film__zero_=_every_day/Entries/20
                       10/9/20_Sounds_at_the_beach.html




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raphael jay adjani

a.k.a.

ajaykumar

raphael jay adjani (a.k.a. ajaykumar) does not consider herself an artist although art she has
created has been exhibited all around the world.

www. ajaykumar.com

Exhibition/Screenings/Performances Record
- selected from past, current, and upcoming

Solo works marked in asterisk*


2010-present           8 technology dot net
                       www.8technology.net
                       web site as ritual garden/tea ceremony



2008-present           iPak series – Three inter-connecting works: chaos, jukebox, platform
                       http://turbulence.org/Works/iPak
                       internet art exhibition: on themes of art-making as curatorial process,
                       marginalisation, potential of art to transform trauma.
                       Turbulence Online Gallery, Commission, U.S.A.



2008-present           zero – the confluence of art and technology
                       in collaboration with Alok b. Nandi
                       www.zero.fluxtopia.net
                       inter-active and immersive art work in book form
                       limited edition hardcopy publication, unlimited online edition download.



2007-Present           *radio play
                       www.ajaykumar.com/gallery
                       sound installation/audio webcast/lecture-performance
                        - Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia, Sep-Oct. '07
                         gallery presentation
                         plus
                         online presentation
                        - Territories – Light, Sound & Space, group exhibition, Study Gallery of
                         Modern Art, Poole, UK, Jul-Oct. ‘07
                        - transpose: shedding the capacity to fit in, exhibition and symposium,
                        Sakewewak First Nation’s Arts Collective, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina,
                       Canada, Mar. '07
                       - www.ajaykumar.com/gallery 2007-Present




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raphael jay adjani

a.k.a.

ajaykumar

raphael jay adjani (a.k.a. ajaykumar) does not consider herself an artist although art she has
created has been exhibited all around the world.

www. ajaykumar.com

Exhibition/Screenings/Performances Record
- selected from past, current, and upcoming

Solo works marked in asterisk*


2006-present           *tate modern
                       video,
                        - Territories – Light, Sound & Space, group exhibition, Study Gallery, Poole,
                          U.K., Jul-Oct. ‘07
                        - Sky TV/Propeller TV, U.K., Broadcast, Sept. and Oct. '06; Jan. '07
                        - Artist Review Series - Immersivity, Art, Architecture, Sound and Ecology
                         for Live Art Garden Initiative, London, U.K., Jan. '07
                        - In biblio- group exhibition, Triangle Gallery, London, U.K., Mar. '06
                        - Carnival of E-Creativity, Festival, New Delhi, India, Jan. '06
                        - Global Podcast, via iTunes, Mar. '06-present
                          Viewable with iTunes software at:
                          http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=119
                          002027&s=143444&i=2151559


2010-11                playground
                       red cube series 01
                       www.8-technology.net/playground
                       light and sound installation
                       by Santa Cruz Church and Chao Praya River, Kudee Chine District,
                       Bangkok, Thailand
                       12-26 Jan. 2011



2010                   loss 0.5 bangkok
                       Pridhi Banomyong Institute, Bangkok, Thailand
                       in partnership with Nuni Productions, and in association with B floor,
                       Thammasat University, and Theatre 8x8
                       23 Dec. 2010



2010                   atmospheres
                       site-specific inter-active and immersive installation – sound, light, video,
                       space, Bangkok Code, Bangkok Thailand
                       3 dec. 2010




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raphael jay adjani

a.k.a.

ajaykumar

raphael jay adjani (a.k.a. ajaykumar) does not consider herself an artist although art she has
created has been exhibited all around the world.

www. ajaykumar.com

Exhibition/Screenings/Performances Record
- selected from past, current, and upcoming

Solo works marked in asterisk*

2010                   4D - a tea ceremony
                       www.8-technology.net/4D_-_a_tea_ceremony
                       multi-sensory, multiple media, immersive and interactive experience, an
                       inspired by the Japanese tea ceremony, known as sado.
                       - Accidental Festival, BAC, London, U.K., May 2010
                       - Goldsmiths University of London, London, U.K., Mar. 2010



2010                   zero (hybrid 2)
                       www.mic.org.nz/artists/ajaykumar-8-technology
                       interactive and immersive installation
                       curated by Ian Gwilt and Brit Bunkley
                       interrogating possibilities of realising a 3D prototype of ‘emptiness’ and
                       ‘zero’.
                       - Media and Inter-Disciplinary Arts Centre (M.I.C.), Auckland, New Zealand,
                       Jan - Mar. 2010



2009-2010              garden at goldsmiths
                        Images/Details at Facebook: www.facebook.com: go to group ‘8-
                        technology’
                        installation
                        re-imagining concepts of the zen garden and the artistic and
                        aesthetic significance of the alcove (in Japanese: tokonoma) in the
                        Japanese tea house.
                        Goldsmiths, University of London, London, U.K.: by RHB166.
                        30 Sep. 2009 – 18 Aug. 2010



2009                   way of tea – an art of conviviality
                       www.8-technology.net/way_of_tea
                       installation
                       Kube gallery, Poole, U.K.
                       November 2009




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raphael jay adjani

a.k.a.

ajaykumar

raphael jay adjani (a.k.a. ajaykumar) does not consider herself an artist although art she has
created has been exhibited all around the world.

www. ajaykumar.com

Exhibition/Screenings/Performances Record
- selected from past, current, and upcoming

Solo works marked in asterisk*


2009                   zero – the aroma of technology, the flavour of art, to savour being
                       www.8-technology.net/zero_the_aroma_of_technology
                       inter-active and immersive installation
                       curated by Toshio Shimizu
                       Gakushuin Women College, Tokyo, Japan
                       Dec. 2009


2004-9                 *pages of madness
                        internet art
                        Turbulence Gallery, USA, at:
                       http://turbulence.org/spotlight/ajaykumar/index.htm
                        Also presented at:
                        - Testimony - Inside Stories of Mental Health Care – touring group
                        exhibition:
                         Bourne Hall Museum, Epsom, Penrith Museum, Penrith, The Custard
                        Factory,
                         Birmingham, Aug-Sept. 2007;
                        - ISEA2006/ Zero One San Jose: A Global Festival of Art on the Edge,
                          as part of M-I I-M presentation USA, Aug. 2006;
                        - Carnival of E-Creativity, New Delhi, India, Jan. 2006;
                        - Community TV Channel, UK, Mad for Arts Online Gallery, 2004-06;
                        - Rampton High Security Hospital, Retford, UK, Mar. 2005;
                        - Generative Arts Festival, Milan, Italy, Dec. 2004;
                       - National Film Theatre, London, 6th Disability Film Festival, Dec. 2004.



2007-09                akasha-ma-mu-sunyata (space-space-void-void)
                       series of inter-active and immersive interventions.
                       Collaboration with Brussels-based media artist Alok Nandi.
                       - Intervention 1 - Public Lecture: a_m_m_s: new technologies versus
                         concepts from Asia - Zen, Buddhism and Tantra, Creativity and
                         Cognition Studios, University of Technology Sydney, Australia, Sept. '07
                       - Intervention 2 – amms: is zero no.thing? –
                          performance-lecture_08_1, ISEA2008 Singapore, Jul. ’08.




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raphael jay adjani

a.k.a.

ajaykumar

raphael jay adjani (a.k.a. ajaykumar) does not consider herself an artist although art she has
created has been exhibited all around the world.

www. ajaykumar.com

Exhibition/Screenings/Performances Record
- selected from past, current, and upcoming

Solo works marked in asterisk*


2007-9                 Landscape Architectural Design,
                        Collaboration with Farrer Huxley Associates for Peabody Trust’s Nag' Head
                        Estate, London, UK, May '07 - Mar. ‘09



2008                   Interior Design Consultancy, Bhoput Massage Salon, Ko Samui, Thailand



2007                   concrete essays, 1 and 2 – for Leonardo and South African of Art
                       History
                       Performative texts integrating practice and theory: detailed under articles.



2007                   *labyrinth
                       installation
                       for Testimony - Inside Stories of Mental Health Care,
                        – touring group exhibition: Penrith Museum, Penrith;
                       The Custard Factory, Birmingham; Aug-Sept. 2007.



2007                   *a play on words
                       installation
                       for Testimony - Inside Stories of Mental Health Care
                        – touring group exhibition: Bourne Hall Museum, Epsom; Penrith Museum,
                        Penrith; The Custard Factory, Birmingham; Mitchell Library, Glasgow; Aug-
                       October. 2007.


2006-7                 *iPak - 10,000 songs, 10,000 images, 10,000 abuses
                       internet art
                       research project as Artsadmin Digital Media Bursary Artist, UK
                       At: http://www.ipak.org.uk




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raphael jay adjani

a.k.a.

ajaykumar

raphael jay adjani (a.k.a. ajaykumar) does not consider herself an artist although art she has
created has been exhibited all around the world.

www. ajaykumar.com

Exhibition/Screenings/Performances Record
- selected from past, current, and upcoming

Solo works marked in asterisk*


2006-7                 paper garden
                       5th in series: zen gardens without the 'zen'
                       installation
                        - Territories – Light, Sound & Space, group exhibition, Study Gallery of
                         Modern Art, Poole, UK, Jul-Oct. ‘07
                        - ArtistsExchange, group exhibition, CAA, Hilton Hotel, New York, USA, Feb.
                         '07
                        - biblio-, group exhibition, Triangle Gallery, London, UK, Mar. '06



2006                    *ma-nuké?
                        sculpture
                        group exhibition, biblio-, Triangle Gallery, London, UK, Mar. '05



2005                    *cute micro garden
                        4th in series: zen gardens without the 'zen'
                        installation
                        - group exhibition: Imagination, Function, Production, The Study Gallery of
                        Modern Art, Poole, UK, Mar. '05
                        - group exhibition, The First Modern Art Fair, Study Gallery, UK, May-Jun
                        '05.



2005                    *luminescence
                        3rd in series: zen gardens without the 'zen'
                        concept
                        for a garden for the Peabody Trust, London, UK.
                        - group exhibition: Imagination, Function, Production, The Study Gallery of
                        Modern Art, Poole, UK, Mar. '05



2005                    *play-station
                        2nd in series: zen gardens without the 'zen'
                        installation
                        group exhibition: getting to know you, Royal College of Art, London, Jan.
                        '07



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raphael jay adjani

a.k.a.

ajaykumar

raphael jay adjani (a.k.a. ajaykumar) does not consider herself an artist although art she has
created has been exhibited all around the world.

www. ajaykumar.com

Exhibition/Screenings/Performances Record
- selected from past, current, and upcoming

Solo works marked in asterisk*




2003                    foyer
                        1st in series: zen gardens without the 'zen'
                        installation
                        Riverside Studios, London.
                        First in the 'zen' gardens series: A time based over fifteen days, primarily of
                        and for Riverside Studios’ staff and regular spectators, re-conceiving
                       Tantric and Zen art in contemporary space.



2003                    ecology park
                        site-specific performance art
                        Mile End Ecology Park, London, UK,
                        For Butoh UK’s ‘Dancing on the Borderlines’ Festival.
                        Collaboration with Tetsuro Fukuhara and others.



2003                   Yerma’s Eggs
                        Combined Media Performance – as scenogpraher-videomaker
                        Explore@Bristol, Bristol & Riverside Studios, London,
                        A collaobration with Director Anna Furse. Conceived the multi-media
                        scenography for an investigation of bioethics and infertility: realising a
                        synthetic, scenography engendering inter-action between human &
                        ‘technological’: through a series of films and projections that engaged
                        spectator and performer.



2001                    spectator, choose whatever title you feel
                        site-specific performance art
                        At numerous locations such as:
                        - Canary Wharf, London
                        - Bankside, Tate Modern, London
                        - Edinburgh Railway Station, Edinburgh Fringe Festival Programme
                        Collaboration with Tetsuro Fukuhara and others.



1998                    Untouchables


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raphael jay adjani

a.k.a.

ajaykumar

raphael jay adjani (a.k.a. ajaykumar) does not consider herself an artist although art she has
created has been exhibited all around the world.

www. ajaykumar.com

Exhibition/Screenings/Performances Record
- selected from past, current, and upcoming

Solo works marked in asterisk*


                        live art/combined media installation
                       Watermans Arts Centre, London, UK
1997                    A Woman in Southall
                        film
                        shown in The Untouchables



1997                    Macbeth - Stage of Blood
                        site-specific performance
                       River Thames by Kew, and Watermans Arts Centre, London, UK



1997                    Tales of Love and War
                        film
                        Institute of Contemporary Arts, Riverside Studios, Nehru Centre, London,
                        UK



1997                    tabula rasa
                        combined media installation/site-specific art
                        The Broadway Centre, Hammersmith London, UK: a site that incorporates
                        an underground station, a bus terminal, office complex and a shopping
                        mall.


1997-8                  cyber-gastronomic experience
                        combined media installation concept
                        Conceived for Spiral Garden Gallery, Tokyo, Collaboration with artist
                        Hanako Miwa, and curator Toshio Shimizu.



1997-8                  PanOptiKa
                        combined media installation concept
                        Spiral Garden Gallery, Tokyo, Principal Collaboration with artist Hanako
                        Miwa, and curator Toshio Shimizu.



1998                   Savage Earth–Trojan Women
                       site-specific performance


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raphael jay adjani

a.k.a.

ajaykumar

raphael jay adjani (a.k.a. ajaykumar) does not consider herself an artist although art she has
created has been exhibited all around the world.

www. ajaykumar.com

Exhibition/Screenings/Performances Record
- selected from past, current, and upcoming

Solo works marked in asterisk*


                       Writer and Co-Director, Research and Development. Script.



1995                   Dogs of Desire
                       art for internet and combined-media installation
                       Online, and Watermans Arts Centre, London, UK



1995                   Salome Komachi
                       dance-theatre
                       by Shiro Daimon, produced by Ajaykumar,
                       London International Mime Festival & Riverside Studios, London, 2005.



1994-96                 The Chikamatsu Project
                        music-theatre, re: The Love Suicide at Amijima,
                        co-writer, co-producer, performer, performance research project and public
                        presentation:
                       - Amagasaki International Festival, Amagasaki, Japan, Sep 1996
                       - Tokyo International Festival, Amagasaki, Sep. 1995
                       - International Workshop Festival, Aug. 1994
                       - Riverside Studios, London, Jan. 1994.
                       It also involved field research in Manipur, India; and in Japan.



1991-92                 Hope Beyond the Wall
                        music-theatre
                        co-writer, co-producer, performer, BAC Battersea Arts Centre, London and
                        national and international tour.




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