Square Works Laboratory (SqW:Lab) is a 3 month programme in Mumbai for cultural practitioners from all of the world.  The aim is for 10 creatives to come together, play, work site responsively, showcase their process in the form of drawings, doodles and notes, and be inspired by each other and find innovative legacy projects.


SqW:Lab project is multi faceted with thanks to the five core founding partners, artist Vishwa Shroff, architect Katsushi Goto, curator Charlie Levine, artist Tash Kahn and art writer Rosanna Van Mierlo. Each of the five founding partners will invite another creative talent to join in the conversations, exhibitions and Play Projects, creating a 2018 cohort of 10 inaugural fellows.



SqW:Lab Discussion focus

The king was in his counting house, Counting out his money; The queen was in the parlour, Eating bread and honey. Inspired by conversations between curator Charlie Levine, architect Katsushi Goto, artists Vishwa Shroff and Tash Kahn and art writer Rosanna Van Mierlo about process, domesticity and drawing, SqW:Lab has been developed. Charlie explains: “One …