Our cities are alive - they breathe, feed, excrete. see, smell, hear and witness. Caught between memories of its infancy and chants for its evolution - Bangalore and San Francisco break their silence and speak.
A group exhibition about consumer culture featuring works by Aashish Shakeel, Divya Sri, Gauri Nagpal, Hrishitonoy Dutta, Ishan Shah, Mallika Joshi, Pallavi Singh, Poorva Goel, Pujasree Burman and Vishal Govindan.
Kimberly Campanello, Performance Poet & Faculty of Creative Writing, York St John University, UK will be presenting her poem along with Students from the ‘Poetry As Performance’ studio, Ceative Writing Program at Srishti, Curated by Mamta Sagar
How often have we contemplated the role of art in our lives? To what extent does it influence our perspectives? Educator and artist Arzu Mistry focuses on questions like these to plant fundamental ideas in our minds - the exploration of art as an alternative form of learning, the role it plays in building sustainable inclusive communities, and the relationship we have with it. Sharing her work with the Bangalore Metro, she displays how art exists in so many forms, and the impact it has on all types of individuals, effectively portraying art as a concept that encourages a reflection of our views on communication, education, gender, & various aspects of culture.