Brief CV
Natasha Ginwala is an independent curator, researcher and writer. She is part of the artistic team of the 8th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art (2014). She has pursued post-graduate studies at The School of Arts & Aesthetics (JNU), New Delhi and participated in de Appel Curatorial Programme, Amsterdam. In 2012, she taught on the Masters of Artistic Research, University of Amsterdam and Sandberg Institute as well as the Studium Generale Programme at Gerrit Rietveld Academie. She has been guest editor of TAKE on Art Magazine, New Delhi (issue 5: Curation). Her writing has appeared in publications such as Afterall Online, Art Agenda, C Magazine, Mint (The Wallstreet Journal), Manifesta Journal, among others.
Projects realized (Selection)
Upcoming: LANDINGS: Land history, Geomorphology, Rurality & Corporeality / Co-curator, Vivian Ziherl in collaboration with Witte de With Centre for Contemporary Art and other partner organizations. Recent Projects include “The Museum of Rhythm” — a segment of Taipei Biennial 2012; Kunstvlaai: Festival of Independents titled “INexactly THIS” (Amsterdam); “There Was A Country Where They Were All Thieves” at Jeanine Hofland Contemporary Art; "Fluiten in het Donker" with de Appel Curatorial Programme 2010/11 at de Appel Boys School, Amsterdam; "Work in Progress: Dialogues on Curation" at the Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art (FICA), New Delhi.