Fellow conspirators

A show is not a one man show - so many people come together to make it happen. This show in particular was special. We collaborated with Paper Engineer Sachin George who came up with his amazing shadow installation 'Into the valley' which depicted the changing landscapes of our cities. Tenzin Dakpa's short film 'Clouds' spoke of loneliness and isolation in the city and was a perfect foil to the collection. All girl band 'Skinny Boys' worked their magic on Pete Seeger's 'Where have all the flowers gone'. Parikhit Pal was backstage documenting the grit and toil behind the show. These are all our partners in crime, our co-conspirators, young creative people who wanted to do something different, something to shake things up a bit, to challenge notions, to engage, to dissect. So what if the conventional media chose to ignore what we did - we are no longer dependent on them to get the word out, thank you all for being so supporting of the blog- we have had more than 25500 visitors in the last one and half months and that's very encouraging!! We would not be here without you. Here's to more conspiracies and collaborations!

Tenzin Dakpa's Film

Clouds from tenzin dakpa on Vimeo.

Some images of Sachin George's shadow installation. The images do not do his work justice, the amount of detail he manages to create with paper is amazing. See more amazing paper art here.


Skinny Boys at the show. They were incredible.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Love it. Esp the slide show with that song!! ^___^
and man, love those masks!!!!