Exhibitions and Events

Ashok Mathur

Book Ends (west) [Exhibition] [Curator]
Racing thru Space [Exhibition] [Artist]
Speaking Truth to Reconciliation (a project in two parts) [Symposium] [Speaker]
book ends (west) - call for submissions [Text]
book ends (west) - Curator's statement [Text]
Biographical Notes

Ashok Mathur is a writer, cultural organizer, and artist-researcher. He currently holds a Canada Research Chair in Cultural and Artistic Inquiry at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, BC. His recent novels include Once Upon an Elephant, a contemporary re-visioning of the Mahabharata’s creation story of Ganesh, and The Short, Happy Life of Harry Kumar, a retelling of the Ramayana through the lenses of current globalized politics and movements. His most recent project, A Little Distillery in Nowgong, is a multifaceted novel tracing the migration of a Parsi family from pre-independence India through postcolonial contexts and travels.