The Kiran Nadar Museum of Art turns ten this year. The exhibition ‘Narrating from the Museum Archives and Collection: 10 Years of KNMA’ is bringing back vignettes that will highlight the museum’s multi-focal vision, its evolving mission, directions and journeys undertaken, mapping intersecting histories of the subcontinent. KNMA is bringing different formats to the viewers through which they can engage with the material presented, moving through modes of information and interpretation, through visual and digital extracts on diverse exhibitions, films, documentation, sound, registers of networks and intergenerational conversations that the museum has immersed itself into. An embodiment of collecting patterns and stories, a collection mobilizes permanence as well as multiple lives that an artwork acquires when it enters the registers. The collection is both a numerical digit and an abstraction, flexible and open to further additions. The celebratory program for the tenth anniversary will unfold throughout the year, followed by the launch of KNMA exhibition and program archives.