Image: The beginning of the list of markers mapped on my genome – Starting with chromosome 1.
The first column is the markers name, the second the chromosome number, third its position number and fourth the base-pair that defines it. This is repeated four times.


In his first ever solo show – SELF PORTRAIT – Robin Bhattacharya presents a brand-new work entitled “The Robin Bhattacharya DNA Project” at RAUM № 2 in Bern, Switzerland.

At the exhibition, selected notes of The ROBIN™ Currency will be exclusively available in exchange for other currencies.

Exhibition Dates:
19 November 2010 – 28 November 2010

Münstergasse 62
CH-3011 Bern, Switzerland


SELF PORTRAIT – The Robin Genome Project:

Tracing Mobility: Cartography and Migration in Networked Space – Nottingham

Robin Bhattacharya presented parts of The Robin Genome Project at the Symposium Tracing Mobility: Cartography and Migration in Networked Space at Nottingham Contemporary on Panel 4 – Radical Cartography: Charting Empires’ Fall

Part 1 – go to position 40:30 for presentation by Robin Bhattacharya

Part 2:

Introduction (chair: Mushon Zer-Aviv)

  • Mushon Zer-Aviv
  • Heath Bunting
  • Jean-Baptiste Naudy (Société Réaliste)
  • Robin Bhattacharya
  • James Kennard

Post Imperial maps of the world are being drawn up using the alleyways and rat runs ignored by empire’s former hubris. Now, using modern technologies, artists are able to overlay their maps over the standard projection, revealing an ocean of ignorance and bliss.

Tracing Mobility, the first of Radiator’s three international symposia, examines the emergence of a new art space, a space born out of the technology used to control and divide society. Taking place at Nottingham Contemporary on Saturday 15 May to coincide with the Uneven Geographies exhibition.

Video documentation of the full event:—tracing-mobility