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leadership stylesuch as recognising the needs of others and resolving conflicts For all the latest Entertainment News The 31-year-old actress At the same time Chandy also rued Tamil Nadu boycotting meetings convened by the Centre at the offical-level Presented online today in Written by Supriya Sehgal | New Delhi | Published: May 1 2016 12:00 am Neon signs light up the street food carts Related News I’ve never embraced the love for food I only appreciate it for its sustenance quotient but rarely peg it high on my list of things to experience when travelling But when one talks about Taiwan and its night markets doused in the smell of sesame oil I am the first one to volunteer for a midnight walk After all trawling the labyrinth of brightly-lit stalls that crop up in the evening and hold fort until the wee hours of the morning gives you a crash course in the native snacking habits of the country Sure restaurant critics would never drool over the array of edibles on a stick or the complete lack of subtlety in taste but an intrepid traveller couldn’t ask for more A collection of squid on a stick I hadn’t turned vegetarian then so a night of sampling some of the most baffling variety of animals and insects seemed compelling It had been a hot day in Taipei and till now the only daunting task seemed to be pressing through a crowd of teenagers clinging to their shiny phones to navigate to a clearing at Shihlin one of Taipei’s oldest night markets One cannot be too directionally challenged at Shihlin It comprises one road with a carnivalesque vibe — mountains of clothes junk jewellery electronics watches and quirky souvenirs — all laced with an additional tinge of bling under the halo of yellow bulbs Shrimps fried with batter Giving some relief to frenzied shoppers are food stalls so people can take a break from the unbridled consumerism and re-fuel with a copious variety of proteins carbs and various non-vertebrae and vertebrae — all in the form of soups meat-on-a-stick wraps and rolls With abysmally low shopping skills and interest my eyes searched for the most audacious looking spread on a cart I could see tentacles droop over a counter stinky tofu being drizzled with cheese and pigs intestines being rolled with precision to drop into a milky broth For some time I kept the camera lens between me and the treacherous occupants of the stalls It helped gather my wits and some gallantry to finally take the plunge and order myself whatever the locals were going for I was still making up my mind when a holler of “Soup snake soup” vied for my attention I didn’t need any further nudge to head in the direction of a snake-only restaurant A platter of snails I settled myself on a red plastic stool and a wobbly table outside the restaurant constantly fanning myself with a magazine to counter the heat and the nervousness of biting into something that has bristled on the blacklist of many Indian travellers My eyes darted towards a stack of glass jars proudly displaying their content — snake bits in a yellowish liquid My discomfort must have been evident as the owner of the restaurant offered some cheery information on his prime ware: “It’s soup Snake soup Good for skin Good for blood No fever” He would have gone on about the dividends of a quick swig when I hurriedly snapped my order “I’ll have a meat soup No gall penis or any specific organ” like the menu suggested He smiled The wait was excruciating All sorts of gut-wrenching images flashed in front of me Would the head be floating in green murky broth Would the snake be quasi-alive Would it be rubbery A platter of beef and lamb snacks And then the dish arrived Balancing a white bowl on a small tray on his palm I could see the owner making his way to my table He snaked through the crowds walking at a funeral pace between the tables and the restaurant He deftly maneuvered past them and propped the tray with a thud before me Arms akimbo he waited for me to take the first bite I hesitantly peered into the bowl and sighed — it might as well have been chicken soup With no scales eyes or anything to give away the source of the meat I scooped a few pieces with the salty broth and gulped it down Then a second A third without any trouble And then the entire bowl without as much as a peep It was delicious Rubbery distinctive in flavour but enjoyable Satisfied that another sceptical customer might have bought into the benefits of snake soup the owner swished his way back but not before suggesting a visit to Snake Alley I later learnt that it was a moniker given to the Huaxi Street Night Market where gastronomic adventures are notched up with platters of snake blood turtle blood and meat and deer penis wine which are seldom found in other parts of town Emboldened by my new-found adventurous appetite off I went to try the other more harmless delicacies like squid stew and oyster omelettes reserving the Snake Alley for another time Supriya Sehgal is a Delhi-based travel writer For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vandana Kalra | New Delhi | Published: January 17 2016 1:03 am Artist Shilpa Gupta (Photo: Vasant Prabhu) Related News Neither India nor Pakistan has a permanent pavilion in Venice Do you see the joint presentation at Venice as an opportunity for artists from the subcontinent to enter into a dialogue In the absence of any official pavilion from the region in the specific context of the Venice Biennale this project presents itself as an ‘unofficial’ presence carrying with itself an ‘unofficial dream’ where two artists from two places which are closer than many would like to believe will be shown together The project proposes to delve into time which is not immediate not so entangled and to look beyond tense definitions which are not as old as projected Your work at the Biennale My East is Your West raised questions on issues of nationhood identity and borders Did you and Rashid Rana collaborate closely while reflecting on these themes I live in Mumbai and Rashid is in Lahore While starting out we had several conversations over Skype and email We looked at overlapping interests in our practices We are both interested in perception time location and construction of knowledge As we went ahead we decided to not limit ourselves to a common theme and to allow ourselves to work on our own projects Your works were largely based on your visits to Bangladesh and walking about in No Man’s Land… In 2010 when I was working on 1:149 which is based on the fence between India and Pakistan I started looking at data released by the Home Ministry of India about the fence under construction around Bangladesh which upon completion would be the world’s longest separation barrier One thing led to another and I found myself in the Bangladesh borderlands While I had been to Phulia a border town on the India side the first time I went to Bangladesh at least on paper it was to a Bangladeshi enclave surrounded by India on all sides Be it at the enclave or areas outside under the penumbra of the invisible border marked by distant pillars and a rising ominous fence 150 yards from the zero line everyday life continues It subverts systems that hinder mobility and desire While India is nearing completion of the fence daily life in the borderland belie State intentions The flow of people and goods persist prompted by historical and social affinities geographical continuity and economic imperative In Our Times that featured speeches of Nehru and Jinnah In the works you share your interactions with the local community bootleggers and touts How challenging was it to get access to them Over the years there have been many voices in the works — those which are collected via interviews readings and also those which have been re-imagined The stories in this particular exhibition are individual trajectories and negotiations They are in the form of personal fragments experiences and perspectives vis-a-vis the construct imagination and expectation of the State Interviews have been formal informal and also sometimes by chance Your work In Our Times (2007-08) was based on speeches by Jawaharlal Nehru and Muhammad Ali Jinnah 1:149 acquired by the Guggenheim museum is a hand-wound ball of 7955 miles of thread (if you multiply it by 149 it will give you the length of the fenced border between India and Pakistan) What is it that intrigues you about borders I am interested in perception and therefore with how definitions get stretched or trespassed be it gender beliefs or the notion of a state There exists a chasm between the larger construct which seeks singularity and its own fragment which may not In the video projection Untitled 2006 on the wives of the disappeared in Kashmir there is a line which says ‘The inches the feet the kilometres the markings you have made on the land have increased the distance so much’ Markings and measuring seemingly logical acts may not necessarily provide solutions The figure in the work stands entrapped in map lines drawn on paper In the same vein miles of thread is wound over and over again to arrive at a designated somewhat illogical logic of mass fencing in 1:149 In the work In Our Times the two speakers swivel and read the speeches of Nehru and Jinnah made just three days apart in the month of August in 1947 11th and 14th which are rather similar heralding the birth of two different nations through a very painful and brutal Partition A lot of your work is based on technology It appears as a narrative tool For instance 24:00:01 had a switch board that threw chaotic words related to migration Confiscated Objects had objects confiscated by airport security officers Could you talk about technology’s relevance to your work I have always been intrigued by the urge to authenticate duplicate at will and control Technology has been at the forefront of mirroring such disquieting cravings Be it at a shopping mall or at the airport we all have witnessed the drama lethargy and grand safety gestures to irrational levels The roving directionless motion scanners the flapboard in 24:00:01 motion sensors in the Speaking Wall or even the recurring etched brass tags and labels embody our anxieties at entry and exit points Any work which employs technology requires a certain amount of time to understand its functionalities to be able to work with it The little background that I have had in computers helps One of the works Gupta exhibited at the Venice Biennale You have constantly tried to engage with your audience In 1278 Unmarked 28 Hours by Foot on National Highway No 1 East of the Line of Control (2013) you let visitors take back marble slabs that represented gravestones for Kashmir’s unacknowledged dead How important are these engagements I’m interested in blurring ideas of authorship and in shifts that result when the work slips into different contexts The work you mention is very minimal and when you encounter it in a gallery space you might fill the form and take it home When the object lies in your house maybe a visitor will ask you about it and then you might become the story teller the artist the agency Or you might wonder and go back to looking where it came from The meaning of the artwork is related to how the visitor invests in the object It is about the way context place memory can play on anything: it is fractured it’s personal it is never necessarily true it is always fragile Some people took the stone because it is an artwork so there may be a sense of greed and also some discomfort because of what it symbolises Can you live with that There was somebody who came back and returned the piece because they couldn’t have it in their house Somebody broke it by mistake and was terrified; there was one who buried it Tell us about the role words plays in your art I work with everyday material and am interested in definitions logos and symbols Be it in banners sign posts maps or data text is a present part of how we see and comprehend what surrounds us At times part of the text is printed in very fine font where the viewer needs to come close to the work It implies the act of looking and registering Sometimes text is used to annotate an image or object in a manner that encourages one to think about the act of archiving For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News he says. you’ll never get Alzheimer’s disease.

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