Vivek Vilasini, born in 1964, Kerala. He is trained as a Marine Radio Officer from All India Marine College, Kochi and has a BA in Political Science from Kerala University, 1984. He studied and picked up sculptural practice from Traditional craftsmen of Kerala in late 80’s and has continued his art practice.
Vivek is a multimedia artist has widely exhibited his works in India and international platforms.
Some of his significant solo exhibitions are *..and for those who do not sing the national anthem in their mother tongue*, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai, 2014; *Between One shore and several others*, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai, 2012 and Gallery Sumukha, Bangalore, 2011; *Vernacular Chants III*, Pundole Art Gallery, Mumbai, 2009; *Between One shore and several others – III*, Birds Gallery, Trivandrum, 2008; *Between One shore and several others – II*, Arushi Arts, New Delhi, 2008; *Between One shore and several others – I*, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi by Gallery Sumukha, 2007; Lalit Kala Akademi, Kochi, 2001.
He has been part of several group shows which includes, *Material Eye*, curated by Meena Vari, Gallery Sumukha, Bangalore, 2018; *Silent Conversations*, Gallery Sumukha, Bangalore, 2015; Kochi Muziris Biennale, Kochi, 2012; *Tolstoy Farm: Archive of Utopia*, Seven Art Gallery, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, 2011; *On the Road to the Next Milestone*, part of Indian Highway exhibition, Herning Museum of Contemporary Art, Denmark, 2010; *India: Lado a Lado/ Arte Contemporânea Indiana*, part of the exhibition ÍNDIA! presented by Brazilian Ministry of Culture and Banco do Brasil at Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, 2010; *Evidentia*, Gallery Sumukha, Bangalore, 2009; *Signs Taken for Wonders: Recent Art from India and Pakistan*, Aicon Gallery, London, 2008; *India: Public Places, Private Spaces: Contemporary Photography and Video Art*, Newark Museum, USA, 2007; *Satyagraha: Indian and South African Artists*, New Delhi and Dublin, 2006; *The Reap project*, London, 2005; *Double Enders*, curated by Bose Krishnamachari at Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore and Kochi, 2005; Sharjah Biennale, 1999; Alliance Francaise, Six Artist group show, Dubai, 1998; Photographic Exhibition, Sharjah Art Museum, 1997.
He lives and works between Kochi and Bangalore.
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