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On November 29,Four speedboats will help in the immersion process, said assistant municipal commissionerP/North wardAshwin Khanolkar A workforce of 40000 civic employees will be in place across immersion spots Keeping a watch will be 500 lifeguardsincluding 300 from NGOswhile 44 motorboats will help immerse idols Also6000 NGO workers will help in crowd management The BMCs measures include 52 ambulances near the shores and 60 medical booths for first-aid Twelve mobile toilets will be set up at GirguumMahimJuhuMarveVersovaPowai and Dadar The civic administration has urged all devotees to not dump flowers and artificial decorations in seawater and place them in special urns instead This yeararound 2500 tonnes of bio-degradable garbage is expected to be collected in such urns; 500 vehicles will collect it from source The garbage will later be vermi-composted The 17 artificial lakes have been set up for environment-friendly immersion The ward where the most immersions take place will be given a cash award For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pooja Pillai | Updated: December 10 2015 12:07 am Related News Idris Khan’s Emotional Infectiousness (Left); Michael Kunze’s No World Next Step (right) Time is the great unifier of human experiences The physical passing of time grinds us down with its relentlessness and yet the psychological experience of time can be hugely liberating allowing us to live in the present even as we let memory take us into the past and let imagination help us speculate about the future This is the conundrum at the heart of the group show “In and Out of Time” put together by British art critic and curator Jane Neal and which is currently on at Galerie Isa in Mumbai Featuring four of the leading contemporary artists of our times —Diana Al-Hadid Adrian Ghenie Idris Khan and Michael Kunze — the show examines the experience of time and the nature of memory a question that has engaged each of the artists over the course of their careers “I wanted to explore the relationship between painting and drawing and the concept of time Drawing and painting can bridge time they can unite the real with the imagined the past with the idea of the future These mediums can even suspend time; it’s an incredibly inspiring subject” explains Neal The title of the show she says is open to interpretations and possibilities for the artists concerned “It could suggest artists who address time in terms of a linear understanding or time as in beating time as in music or history or even time travel All of these areas are reflected by the artists in the show in their own distinct ways” she says For the artists this has often come by way of revisiting works that they have found inspiring Al-Hadid for instance has regularly referenced art from the past with the notable example being her interpretation of The Allegory of Chastity an oil-on-wood work painted by Flemish master Hans Memling in the late 15th century For Syrian-born Al-Hadid these works are often a way of looking back at humankind’s history of follies The current exhibition for instance has a wall sculpture called Omphaloskepsis which is a comment on the ruined state of human legacy; beneath the deliberately mangled and mutilated surface one can discern the lines of a Gothic cathedral Similarly engaged with the past is Romanian painter Ghenie who is in fact often described as the “The History Painter” for the wide range of influences that he draws on — from Francis Bacon to Edvard Munch and Vincent Van Gogh In the lurid grotesque facades of his portraits such as the Self Portrait in Winter one can see the artist striving — and succeeding — to form a vocabulary that draws from the fraught history of 20th century Europe Kunze on the other hand uses his work to explore a little-acknowledged strand of modern Western culture and thought The German artist seeks to critique the development of the singular “anglo-saxon” view of modernism; the “official modernism” as he calls it which traces its origins from Cezanne to Cubism and the avant garde movement of the early 20th century right upto the minimal and conceptual art of the ’70s Kunze’s interest lies in the path forged by those who fell outside the mainstream in modernist history — the Shadow-Line of Modernism — represented by Balthus Bacon Anselm Kiefer as well as the euro-continental cinema of Luis Bunuel Michelangelo Antonioni Ingmar Bergman Andrei Tarkovsky and Werner Herzog His work as a result is dense and labyrinthine and seems to belong to no particular time that we can easily label Time represented as memory and history finds expression in Khan’s works as well The London-based artist has long been fascinated by the use of text and had in fact shot to attention in 2004 when he scanned every page in the Quran and then proceeded to condense and digitally layer the images — the repetitiveness of the act of scanning became a kind of ritual a reflection of his connection to the rituals of Islam into which he was inducted as a child by his Pakistani father The act and unexpected melodic patterns of repetition finds expression in all his works including his work titled Emotional Infectiousness — created by repeatedly stamping the paper with a portion of text written by Mark Rothko who formed the triad of abstract expressionism along with Jackson Pollock and Willem de Koonig he result is a star-burst of text — a beautiful abstract tribute to one of the great artists of the 20th century For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Published: July 14 2017 10:47 am This enhanced-color image of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot was created by citizen scientist Jason Major using data from the JunoCam imager on NASA’s Juno spacecraft(Source: NASA) Top News NASA’s solar-powered Juno spacecraft has beamed back a series of images of Jupiter’s iconic Great Red Spot – revealing a tangle of dark veinous clouds weaving their way through a massive crimson oval During the Juno mission Jupiter flyby on July 10 the JunoCam imager aboard NASA’s snapped pictures of the most massive storm that has been raging on the solar system’s largest planet for over 350 years “For hundreds of years scientists have been observing wondering and theorizing about Jupiter’s Great Red Spot” said Scott Bolton Juno principal investigator from the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio “Now we have the best pictures ever of this iconic storm It will take us some time to analyse all the data from not only JunoCam but Juno’s eight science instruments to shed some new light on the past present and future of the Great Red Spot” said Bolton Citizen scientists took the raw images of the flyby from the JunoCam site and processed them providing a higher level of detail than available in their raw form Measuring in at 16350 kilometers in width Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is 13 times as wide as Earth The storm has been monitored since 1830 and has possibly existed for more than 350 years In modern times the Great Red Spot has appeared to be shrinking All of Juno’s science instruments and the spacecraft’s JunoCam were operating during the flyby collecting data that are now being returned to Earth Juno’s next close flyby of Jupiter will occur on September 1 Juno reached perijove – the point at which an orbit comes closest to Jupiter’s center – on July 10 At the time of perijove Juno was about 3500 kilometers above the planet’s cloud tops Eleven minutes and 33 seconds later Juno had covered another 39771 kilometers and was passing directly above the coiling crimson cloud tops of the Great Red Spot The spacecraft passed about 9000 kilometers above the clouds of this iconic feature This enhanced-color image of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot was created by citizen scientist Gerald Eichstdt using data from the JunoCam imager on NASA’s Juno spacecraft (Source: NASA) Juno launched on August 5 2011 During its mission of exploration Juno soars low over the planet’s cloud tops – as close as about 3400 kilometers During these flybys Juno is probing beneath the obscuring cloud cover of Jupiter and studying its auroras to learn more about the planet’s origins structure atmosphere and magnetosphere Early science results from NASA’s Juno mission portray the largest planet in our solar system as a turbulent world with an intriguingly complex interior structure energetic polar aurora and huge polar cyclones For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sobhana K | New Delhi | Published: January 6 2010 12:41 am Related News After years of working as part of the unorganised sectorthe 3 lakh-plus private security guards in the Capital are set to have a regulatory authority to govern them All private security agencies will be registered as part of the move from this weekit was informed Home Secretary G S Patnaik on Tuesday said the Delhi government will interact with the Central Association Private Security Industry and other security agencies on Friday After thatwe will invite applications for registration through a public notice?s neck. 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