Video Projection Mapping and Performance

 National Gallery of Modern Art, projection narrative and performance on the front of the museum building, Bangalore India, December 2016

National Gallery of Modern Art, projection narrative and performance on the front of the museum building, Bangalore India, December 2016

 Hidden Lilly, Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, projection narrative and performance, historic Premanand Hall, Baroda, India, November 2017

Hidden Lilly, Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, projection narrative and performance, historic Premanand Hall, Baroda, India, November 2017

 Hidden Lilly, Museum of Goa, projection narrative and performance outside the front entrance to the building, Goa, India, November 2017

Hidden Lilly, Museum of Goa, projection narrative and performance outside the front entrance to the building, Goa, India, November 2017

 

As part of the Social Weavers project we have created a series of public performances and public  video projection mapping narratives.
In December of 2016,  National Gallery of Modern Art, Bangalore and in November of 2017 at the Museum of Goa and the Maharaja Sayajirao University, Baroda, we were invited to create public events that could introduce Social Weavers project to an urban audience. We created a video projection mapping narrative and performance that we projected onto architecture of public spaces of these institutions. Our goal was to engage an audience in critical dialogue about the struggles and challenges of the handloom weaving communities we had come to know and bring their voices to the center of this conversation. This narrative was delivered through a long-standing tradition in India of storytelling and performance, along with photographic and video works we created during our visits to the weaving village in 2016 and 2017. Collaborator for this series: G Craig Hobb

3rd Space Lab Collective, Social Weavers public performances and video projection mapping narratives 2016 - 2017 In December of 2016, at the National Gallery of Modern Art, Bangalore and in November of 2017 at the Museum of Goa and the MS University, Baroda, we were invited to create public events that could introduce Social Weavers project to an urban audience. We created a video projection mapping narrative and performance that we projected onto architecture in the public spaces of these institutions. Our goal was to engage an audience in critical dialogue about the struggles and challenges of handloom weaving communities we had come to know and bring their voices to the center of this conversation. This narrative was delivered through a long-standing tradition in India of storytelling and performance, and photographic and video works we created during a 2 week visit to the weaving village in 2016.

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