Vidisha Fadescha

About Vidisha Fadescha

Vidisha Fadescha Vidisha Saini is an artist who grew up in the 90s in India. She likes to queer utopia, gender, colonialism and history. Vidisha works with alter-egos (Fadescha), satire, tourism, memory, hyper-text and other performative mediums. She’s social as well as anti-social. Saini's recent performances and exhibitions include 'Building On Ruins', Cirrus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Nov- Feb '14; 'A Bomb With Ribbon Around It', Queens Museum, New York, Dec-Jan'14; 'Indian-American Bread', Center Artists Lab, Santa Fe, NM, Oct'13; 'Cinderella Ashtray', Concord Space, Los Angeles, CA, October'13. Saini holds a MFA in Photography & Media, and Integrated Media from California Institute of the Arts. Vidisha-Fadescha is the guest editor for 'Wild Gender' for the months of March and April 2014. email: vidisha.saini@gmail.com website: www.vidisha-fadescha.com



Author Archives: Vidisha Fadescha

What is NALSA to 377?

April 29th, 2014 | by Vidisha Fadescha

On April 15th, in a ruling made by the Supreme Court of India it recognized transgender people officially as third-gender.


“DESI FEMME BOY”

April 13th, 2014 | by Vidisha Fadescha

My name is Zain- I identify as a tender femme non-binary desi[1] guy, writer, poet, aspiring filmmaker, working class, queer,


When The Kid Was A Kid

April 1st, 2014 | by Vidisha Fadescha

When the Kid was a Kid, a film by Anahita Ghazvinizadeh, 2011, Iran, 17 min. Gelare K. in conversation with


“Beauty in the Blur”

March 22nd, 2014 | by Vidisha Fadescha

Photographer Indu Antony on the transgender community in Bangalore, India. Indu Antony has engaged with the queer community in India



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