Stories of home and migration take life at cubbon park metro

Next you have time to kill at the Cubbon Park Metro station, take a look around for art in transit.

Published: 20th December 2016 10:51 PM  |   Last Updated: 21st December 2016 05:50 AM   |  A+A-

Express News Service

BENGALURU: Next you have time to kill at the Cubbon Park Metro station, take a look around for art in transit.
The Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology in partnership with BMRCL brings the second edition of ‘Festival of Stories’ today and tomorrow from 5:30pm at the station.

An artist at work at Cubbon Park
Metro station

The festival will also host international artists. Artists Robin Lasser and G Craig Hobbs from Migratory Cultures fuse cutting edge technology with art and civic life. Migration stories from both the United States and India will be presented publically, offering an imaginative vision for our shared global commons and differences around the topic of migration in the 21st century.

Jonathan Camuzeaux of Kaimera Productions works on Data Print to create awareness  about impact of internet and online privacy. He says, “This is first time showcasing  in India after  US, Turkey and France”. Data Print aims to show  how our inline behaviour affects and how we define our identity in rapidly growing internet age.  

Akash Halanakar and Soumyadip Ghosh shares their idea of home as through art work and murals. Akash says, “We are trying to investigate and bring out the complex emotions  of humans with nature in terms of migration”.

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