Witness the culmination of the year-long efforts of artists Sreejata Roy and Mrityunjay Chatterjee, at the community art project, Networks and Neighbourhoods. On the cards is a three-day exhibition, a round table discussion and neighbourhood walks.
Those interested in understanding the relationship of urban landscapes with the people that dwell in them. The artists feel that women especially, would love this.
The premise of the project is very interesting—the artists have been attempting to understand the relationship women have with the public spaces of Khirkee and Haus Rani through a sustained series of interventions, workshops and cartography sessions over the past year. You should go for the end result, which is an exploration of why these public spaces remain so male-dominated, and how they can be shaped to be equally hospitable to both men and women.
Don’t miss the neighbourhood walks!
When: May 15 – 17
Where: Khoj International Artists’ Association, S-17, Khirkee extn.
Nearest Metro Station: Malviya Nagar
Timings: 3.30pm – 7.30pm
Contact: 011 65655873, or write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Featured image courtesy: Khoj International Artists’ Association?