1. Golden Tricksters: Artist Interview for Carpe Deim Artist Residency

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    This is an interview of Lisa Anderson about the upcoming residency in Shimla in India as a part of the Carpe Diem Residency Program. The interview questions come from the residency program and Anderson discusses the elements of landscape and the stories held within the marks, the people, the hidden things that entwine us in place. The works use the strategy of the Trickster, a legendary and mythological creature who is often cited as the 'go-between' for the people and the gods. The gift brought from the Gods is that of fire. The Tricksters have,naturally, tampered with the intention so that something of practicality to heat and cook and create a safe and warm home is also that of all destructive hungar. The work Lisa Anderson creates uses many media to explore the depth of light and shadow in and abstracted and conceptual form to explore those elements of the landscape and the cities edges that confuse us and have pasts that sit deep within story telling. The Trickster series is an ongoing work using everything from drawing to video and installation to re-imagine the stories found through going and engaging in the landscape.

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    • Let It Go - Condensed

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      I've condensed "Let It Go" to its very ESSENCE!!! 450 dim-able light channels (mostly) Renard SS series controllers run by Vixen 2.1 Software "PIC Adapter" channel additions from the DIGWDF store Filmed on 1/2/15 Sequenced by Richard Plass

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      • Docu: The Dropless River

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        Date: 2nd April 2013 Maharashtra is under severe drought condition for the 3rd year in a row. It is close to be declared a 'national disaster'. Yet, there is hope. There is an opportunity to participate & reach out! This short documentary is a wakeup call by the Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisation to every citizen who would have liked to participate in an urgent situation as this. Producer: Kotloos Media Productions Director, Dop: Ashish Dawar 2nd Cameraman: Tarashree Sahoo Location sound: Anil Sharma Location Coordinators: Mukesh Patel, Suresh Ugale, Chopde, V.Surve, Editor: Ashish Dawar Sound post-production: Shrivatsa Kulkarni VO Script: Amishi Seth Voice: Francois Castellino Music Composer: Shrivatsa Kulkarni

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        • India Is...

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          This was all shot without a tripod and not a lot of time. The sound component is a bit average in terms of pacing. However, despite all this, the video explores the divide between the affluent and the impoverished, the abundance and vibrant of colour, the diversity of physical appearance and the constant movement and energy.

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          • Vahana: 1,300+ miles by bicycle, bus and train

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            “Vahana: (Sanskrit: “mount,” or “vehicle”), denotes the being, typically an animal or mythical entity, a particular Hindu god is said to use as a vehicle. The vahana and deity to which they support are in a reciprocal relationship. Vahana serve and are served in turn by those who engage them. It is said that the Vahana can “make even malevolent events bring hope.” We rode, bused, and trained for one month, and now after working on the video for three months intermittently, Vahana is complete. It’s about 27 minutes in length, and shows our trials and tribulations on the road, as well as the beauty and the adventure. Steve Casimiro was doing a bicycle touring series on his Adventure Journal web site, and had invited us to be a part of it by doing a post about our journey. I was on a tight deadline to get the video done so we could be featured since he was wrapping up the series, and that pretty much became my focus for the last weeks of September. Read the Adventure Journal Article Here: http://www.adventure-journal.com/2013/10/bike-touring-series-1300-miles-across-asia-on-folding-bikes/ The animations were done in a few days, and we had to focus on getting the project completed for the last week in September. I used a Blendswap model to help with the animation side, which worked great, thanks to the original Boeing 747 model from Patrizio Melis, with credits to Boeing Industries. As luck would have it, a good friend of mine knew a fantastic Tabla player named William Rossel from the renowned Ali Akbar College of Music who was willing to be a part of the project. Despite having very little time to produce the score, really only a few days, he and his friend Arjun Verma playing Sitar created some incredible original music for the film. This really brought the feeling of the journey to life, from the movement of being on the road to the spirit of meeting people for the first time – to the closing and bittersweet departure back to the US. Vahana has been a challenging project, from the moment we started planning our route to the last cuts of the film….but it has been very rewarding to see it come together. Having the opportunity to even take the trip was an incredible opportunity and experience, and having this document of our trip to share is the perfect way to wrap it up. http://melloajello.com/vahana/

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            • Interview: Richa Ramela - What's the difference between community journalism and mainstream media?

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              As a trainer and mentor for Video Volunteers, Richa Ramela has an insight view of the community correspondents’ daily life as well as their problems and challenges they face working in their communities. Previously working for Times of India, she can compare mainstream media and community journalism.

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              • Jaipur Gems Campaign

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                Full production by Capital D Studio. A video campaign we shot in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India in 19th century palace.

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                • Air Cooled Chiller Manufacturers & Exporters from Coimbatore, India

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                  http://www.chillerandcooler.com - Wide range of Industrial Refrigeration Equipment manufacturer, supplier & exporter at best price from India. Our Industrial Refrigeration Equipment list includes Air Cooled Chiller, Industrial Chillers, Industrial Water Chiller, Industrial Coolers, etc.best suited for Hotels, Restaurant etc.

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                  • Индия глазами миссионера

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                    • Abir Singh Khangura playing esraj

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                      The Esraj (Israj) is a string instrument played with bow, which is hardly known outside Bengal. Still then we can find Esraj in different places in India. Such as Maihar, Benaras and also in South India.  

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