Workshop, Delhi 2018

Addressing critical, essential and economic forms of repair this workshop was the second in a third part series, with a focus broadly on repair, reuse, waste and maintenance cultures in India, namely New Delhi. Alongside mapping areas of knowledge, practice and application, participants worked together of developing ideas for collaborative projects. Issues discussed centred on inequalities, particularly across different sections of society, informal repair and waste practices, human and non-human repair relations.

26 March: 09.30-16.30

11.00-12.00 : Tea/coffee. Welcome/introduction: Overview and outcomes from Bristol workshop
12.00-12.30 : Points of View/Repair Objects
12.30-13.30 : Mapping Activity 4: What does repair mean to you?
13.30-14.30 : Lunch
14.30-15.30 Mapping Activity 5 : Personal journeys: theoretical, applied and artistic frameworks
15.30-16.30 : Group feedback and discussions, prep for tomorrow

27 March: 09.30-16.30

09.30 : Site visits to repair and reuse sites
15.00 : Lunch
15.30 : Individual presentations: Anita Ahuja, Gigi Scaria, and Shibani Ghosh
16.30 : Summary/close

28 March: 10.00-13.00

10.00 : Coffee/tea
10.30 : Mapping Activity 6: Project and partnership development
12.30 : Feedback, discussion and close
13.00 : Lunch

Workshop Participants: Anita Ahuja, Gigi Scaria, Shibani Ghosh, Kaveri Gill, Prajeeth Sitherasenan, Ravi Agarwal, Sharmila Samant, Vimlendu Jha, Teresa Dillon, Alma Clavin and Satish Sinha