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” “The number of followers on Twitter is often seen as a measure of popularity of stars as well as politicians.” For all the latest Lifestyle News,The budget was revised on account of the revised cost indices and escalation, the CPWD said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pooja Pillai | Published: January 7 2016 12:06 am Top News Enter Jhaveri Contemporary in Mumbai and you’re greeted by the Empress of China Mahatma Gandhi and Genghis Khan These computer-manipulated portraits on circular lightboxes are surrounded by halos which one might find in the works of the Late Gothic painter Giotto and the immediate conclusion one draws is that these works are meant to be a comment on the near-mythic status attained by certain historical figures But these works are craftier than that because a second look shows that these are not portraits of the actual historical personalities but of the actors who played them So the Empress of China is actually Flora Robson who played her in the 1963 film 55 Days in Peking while Gandhi is Ben Kingsley (Gandhi 1982) and Genghis Khan is John Wayne (The Conqueror 1956) What seemed like simple hagiographical depictions at first glance now resonates with questions about cultural appropriation and the consumption of history via popular culture These works are part of “They Made History” one of the three series of works displayed in “Epic Ecologies” the first solo exhibition in India by Iftikhar and Elizabeth Dadi The husband and wife duo has been collaborating artistically for two decades and their work as Iftikhar describes is at the intersection of pop art and conceptual art “These are often seen as antithetical movements but we find inspiration from both We are drawn to the salience and power of what is considered to be ‘popular’ and which includes media urban forms and vernacular visualities But we are also inspired by the critical and questioning stance of conceptual practice” says Iftikhar In “They Made History” therefore the attempt is to look at how we understand history in the age of media It is a fraught question adds Iftikhar particularly since industries like Hollywood have taken it upon themselves to repackage the stories of actual historical figures in a more palatable way There is also perhaps an element of colonial arrogance in the assumption that all an American with a midwestern accent needs to do to play a Mongolian warlord is slap on “yellow face makeup” and grow a “Fu Manchu-style moustache” By placing a halo around the actor in his undeniably racist appropriationist costume the Dadis are subtly poking fun at this arrogance while also critically examining how history too has become a consumable product The other two series in the exhibition — “Efflorescence” and “Urdu Film Series” — deal with similarly weighty questions by using popular tropes The former comprises a series of illuminated installations all depicting the national flowers of different countries — Cocoxochitl (Mexico’s Dahlia) Karkade (Sudan’s Hibiscus) and Mokran (North Korea’s Magnolia) Iftikhar says “Among other emblems flowers have also become specific national symbols even though they grow over a wide geographic range and can truly be characterised as ‘contested botanicals’” Thus the very idea of having a “national flower” (or animal or bird or tree) becomes suspect The “Urdu Film Series” is the most direct examination of the influence of pop culture The works capture scenes from the Pakistani Urdu films from the ’60s and ’70s which were played on Pakistani television in the ’90s when Iftikhar — who is an associate professor in Cornell University’s Department of History of Art — was living in Karachi He had returned to his hometown after studying abroad and along with Elizabeth was profoundly influenced by the dynamism and visual charge of the city One of the strongest influences was the Pakistan film industry or Lollywood as it is sometimes called Iftikhar says “Thematically and cinematically the Pakistani Urdu films were not that different from those made in Bombay This has to do with continuities in personal and shared themes Many melodramatic historical dramatic and lyrical themes are borrowed or shared These films were screened on TV in the ’90s in Karachi so they are already a kind of after-image since they are no longer on the cinema screen” The series created by using a medium format camera mounted on a tripod with extended exposure attempts to capture the transfixing power of cinema and the dreams of modernity aspiration and desire that it peddles With individual works titled as Lust Astonishment Compassion and Wonder among others the series is a comment on how we often turn to cinema to look for cues about how we should be Bringing the three series together into a single exhibition is the overarching theme of identity in post-colonial societies particularly in South Asia The works — made using jarringly modern media such as plastic and light bulbs — juxtapose the inherited sense of identity of different communities with the constructed identities that they receive via concepts such as nationhood or through pop culture and media For generations that identify with a single emblem or which understand their own complicated histories through imported narratives these are important issues “Epic Ecologies” is on at Jhaveri Contemporary Mumbai till January 16 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Davos | Published: January 21 2016 2:09 pm Men have a unique opportunity in this as they still make up 80 per cent of the executive ranks and even more than that at the CEO level (Photo: Thinkstock) Related News Top global CEOs from companies ranging from Barclays to eBay and Cisco to Marriott believe that men’s role matter in increasing gender diversity in the workplace Some of the world’s most notable CEOs gathered in a kick-off breakfast to the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting here and discussed gender diversity in workplace The event hosted by Mercer’s When Women Thrive global initiative for action was designed to focus on men’s role in increasing gender diversity in the workplace “Men have a unique opportunity in this as we still make up 80 per cent of the executive ranks and even more than that at the CEO level” Mercer President & CEO Julio A Portalatin said He added that “we have a unique obligation to be out in front on growing women in the workforce It’s not a ‘women’s’ issue This is a workforce issue” In previewing the January 27 release of the When Women Thrive Global Report Mercer’s Pat Milligan highlighted new data on leadership engagement – saying engagement of men in diversity and inclusion efforts has dropped from 49 per cent to 38 per cent more than 10 points since 2014 JurgZeltner CEO of UBS Wealth Management noted that half the wealth managed by UBS is held by female clients “We lose women exactly when we’ve trained them 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