Five editions of the exhibition opend simultaneously across Karachi, Colombo, Kathmandu, Dhaka and Delhi in the first week of September 2008. Curated by Vasl, Theertha, Sutra, Britto and Khoj respectively they showcased over 45 projects which had been conceived and produced by artists from across its border in one of the many residencies that have been organised in the various locations since 2001. 

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2008

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Six Degrees of Separation: Chaos, Congruence and Collaboration in South Asia
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