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Rajni Shah

Since 1999, Rajni Shah has worked independently and with other artists to create the conditions for performances, publications, conversations, and gatherings on and off-stage. Key projects - always created alongside and in collaboration with others - include The Awkward Position (2003-4), Mr Quiver (2005-8), small gifts (2006-8), Dinner with America (2007-9), Glorious (2010-12), Experiments in Listening (2014-15), Lying Fallow (2014-15), Song (2016), and Feminist Killjoys Reading Group (ongoing). Rajni is currently working on the unceded lands of the Kanien’kehá:ka Nation at the Acts of Listening Lab, which is situated within Concordia University’s Centre for Oral Histories and Digital Storytelling. In 2019, Rajni’s first monograph will be published as a book and a series of zines within Palgrave’s Performance Philosophy series. www.rajnishah.com

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Bring the Conversation

Bring the Conversation

On Twitter, What We Leave Behind, and Processing Trauma

23 September 2019

Demi Nandhra and Rajni Shah talk about their performance practices, social media, mental health, ego, and more.