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Insoluble substance and separate existence 

Insoluble Substances and Separate Existence is a research-based investigation by Mohit Shelare that examines the means of violence across multiple incidents and ideas. Deconstructing the theological and political beliefs of the self and materializing a New Buddhist reasoning into the conversation, Mohit brings together images of violence, conceptions of food, and the politics of remains through text, images, objects, and sketchbooks. Cutting sharply through existing measures, vocabularies, and stances, the residency immerses itself in artistic research processes and aims to create a conversation with different publics via the open studio and lecture performances.

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