Edited by Shveta Sarda, Published by the National Gallery of Modern Art in conjunction with the solo exhibition of Raqs Media Collective, “Asamayavali/ Untimely Calendar”, at the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi (2014).
Draft for an Operating Manual, Score for Choreography, Plan for an Exhibition
An Ephemeris, Corrected for the Longitudes of Tomorrow: Speculations on the Orbit and Motion of Objects and Processes in Contemporary Art, today, and tomorrow.
Text by Raqs. Published in Art History in the Wake of the Global Turn. Editors Jill H. Casid + Aruna D’ Souza. Clark Studies in the Visual Arts, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown & Yale University Press, 2014
Workbook by Raqs Media Collective with Kaushik Bhowmik, a digital publishing serious (2013)
Cybermohalla Ensemble/ Nikolaus Hirsch / Michel Müller, Copublished by Sarai-CSDS and Sternberg Press (2011)
Presented by Shveta Sarda
This book is an appreciation of the listening, walking, reading, interviewing, collecting, questioning, mapping, recording, drawing, image-making and writing done by the hundreds of Independent Fellows associated with Sarai over the last decade. The works by the Fellows have been publicly archived through postings in the Sarai Reader-list and in the Sarai archive (in-house at Sarai-CSDS). P.T.O. is an edited, highlighted and resequenced version of these works, to bring alive the various dimensions and modalities of thinking and making. It is not an exhaustive summary of the diverse work done by the Fellows. (Shveta, Delhi, 2012)
A history of infinity and some fresh catastrophes: On Raqs Media Collective’s The Capital of Accumulation
Text by Cuauhtémoc Medina, eflux journal #38
In Rewriting On the Wall, hand-prints are reconfigured to produce an alphabet of gestures—each a gloss of the letters in standard American Sign Language as used by deaf and mute people. The letters add up to a text (which accompanies the work): a stammering, hesitant, syntactically unsure consideration (written by a hand that appears on the wall like the hand that wrote on the wall in the episode of Belshazzar’s feast in the Old Testament) of the relationship between ‘I’ and ‘We’ and the horizon that encompasses singular and plural modes of being.
Within the Flux of the Contemporary. Parul Dave Mukherjee in conversation with Raqs Media Collective
Published in Gimme Shelter: Global Discourses in Aesthetics, editors: Jos de Mul + Renée van de Vali, 2011
Text by Raqs, in Manifesta Journal #8, 2009
Text by Raqs, published in “Manifesta 7 COMPANION”, one of three publications accompanying Manifesta 7, co-curated by Raqs Media Collective