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Technology gives stolen artefacts, lost histories new life at Dubai exhibition, but poses uncomfortable questions

Can technology right history’s wrongs? An exhibition in Dubai uses 3D printing and digital scans to bring to life lost or stolen artefacts, but highlights the problematic infatuation with technology to preserve sites and artefacts that have been lost.

28 Feb 2020 - 8:36AM

Can technology right history’s wrongs? An exhibition in Dubai uses 3D printing and digital scans to bring to life lost or stolen artefacts, but highlights the problematic infatuation with technology to preserve sites and artefacts that have been lost.

Technology gives stolen artefacts, lost histories new life at Dubai exhibition, but poses uncomfortable questions
Indian photographer captures stark life in the southern US on Magnum Photos road trip along the Mississippi

When Magnum associate photographer Sohrab Hura was invited on a road trip in the southern US, he remembered his merchant seaman father visiting there but being unable to land. His gritty black-and-white photos are bleak and powerful.

16 Jan 2020 - 10:47AM

When Magnum associate photographer Sohrab Hura was invited on a road trip in the southern US, he remembered his merchant seaman father visiting there but being unable to land. His gritty black-and-white photos are bleak and powerful.

Indian photographer captures stark life in the southern US on Magnum Photos road trip along the Mississippi
Imagine your city under a 30-day curfew – Instagram artist reacts to Kashmir lockdown

No phones, no internet, no flights out, her city a prison – Sumona Chakravarty’s Instagram sketches visualise how Kolkata would look if communications shutdown that was imposed in Kashmir happened there.

14 Oct 2019 - 7:36AM

No phones, no internet, no flights out, her city a prison – Sumona Chakravarty’s Instagram sketches visualise how Kolkata would look if communications shutdown that was imposed in Kashmir happened there.

Imagine your city under a 30-day curfew – Instagram artist reacts to Kashmir lockdown
Chinese Indians take comfort in mahjong as Kolkata Chinatown shrinks around them

They chat in fluent Bengali, but the players around a mahjong table in Tiretta Bazaar, one of two Chinatowns in Kolkata, India, are ethnically Chinese – remnants of a vanishing diaspora who gather in clubs for kinship.

9 Jul 2019 - 10:50AM

They chat in fluent Bengali, but the players around a mahjong table in Tiretta Bazaar, one of two Chinatowns in Kolkata, India, are ethnically Chinese – remnants of a vanishing diaspora who gather in clubs for kinship.

Chinese Indians take comfort in mahjong as Kolkata Chinatown shrinks around them