Social Art in the Public Realm is a set of activities that explore creative spaces in the city. A confluence of local and international artists, designers and practitioners working with performative, visual and sonic formats engage interested publics in participatory and creative exercise at various locations in the city.
From January 14th to 28th 2009, parallel collaborative interventions are being enacted in Bangalore city’s public spaces. This edition of Social Art in the Public Realm is invited by Fear and Gender in Public Space a curatorial-research project by LAND Contemporary Art Practices. The interactions are documented by media collective Maraa. The exercises form coursework for participating students of Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology.
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Activities undertaken within the Fear and Gender theme by Srishti students are being blogged here:http://fearandgender.blogspot.com/::::