26 Nov-30Nov|11AM-7PM|Museum of Interruptions and Emergency Control Room
It‟s a day in the present. The images that offend and provoke have been removed and replaced by talismans and innocuous objects, by sounds and ringing phones, by legal and fictional concepts. The exhibition is a collection of works by filmmakers, visual artists, sound artists, radio programmers, lawyers and illustrators.Featuring: CAMP (Shaina Anand, Ashok Sukumaran, Zinnia Ambapardiwala, Sanjay Bhangar), Alternative Law Forum (Smarika Kumar, Namita Aavriti, Lawrence Liang, Danish Sheikh, Siddharth Narrain), Maraa (Angarika Guha, Ekta Mittal, Shruthi Menon, Ralf Homman)
The exhibition has the following works:
Pal, Pal, Pal, Pal: Act I and II
The Free Speech Journal: An Illustrated Survey of Article 19(1)a: Alternative Law
Emergency Control Room
Museum of Interpretation will be exhibited at Vismaya and Beluku gallery at the Rangoli Art Centre, MG Road Metro Station from 25th to 30th November from 11 a.m. to 7p.m.
Entry is free and everyone is welcome.