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Balamohan Shingade

Balamohan Shingade is a writer, curator of contemporary art, and an occasional performer of Indian classical music. He is a Masters graduate of Elam School of Fine Arts, where he was formerly a teaching fellow. Shingade is currently the Assistant Director of St Paul St Gallery at Auckland University of Technology. His research focuses on theories of community, asceticism and political withdrawal. As a writer, Shingade has contributed to art-agenda at e-flux, Art News New Zealand, Art + Australia Online, Artlink Australia, Christchurch Art Gallery’s Bulletin, University of Pennsylvania’s Journal of Asia-Pacific Pop Culture, Pantograph Punch, and more. As a curator, he has contributed to Field Recordings (2018) and Alex Monteith: Coastal Flows/Coastal Incursions (2017) at ST PAUL St Gallery, Isobel Thom: ILK (2016) and Soft Architecture (2016) at Malcolm Smith Gallery, Joyce Campbell: Te Taniwha and the Thread (2015) at Uxbridge Arts and Culture, and Thirty-six Views of Mount Taranaki (2013) for the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery’s Open Window.

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