Ancestral figures revisited

November 2013
Flash Art International;Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 46 Issue 293, p70
An interview is presented with the Indian performance artist Nikhil Chopra. The artist comments on several topics, including: how he attempts to directly engage audiences during his performances, how his performative works have been received internationally, and his experience of taking on the persona of someone else, often an ancestral relative, during his performances.


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