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NY, Brooklyn - based Illustrator & Costume Designer Pallavi Sen

The manipulation of fabrics to create silhouettes that morph and transform. All of these exist as flat sculptures but once wrapped around the body, can change their shape based on movement.

  • Model: Pallavi Sen / Christopher Eckel 
  • Costumes and make-up: Pallavi Sen
  • Photo: Pei Yin Chen on tumblr

NEW MUMBAI

TOBIAS REVELL - During the Indian Civil War, the Dharavi slums of Mumbai were flooded with refugees looking to escape the conflict. The Mumbai authorities, distracted by defence of the city and facing an already over-populated and poverty stricken slum could do little to maintain a semblance of civilised life in the area. Sometime later a cache of biological samples appeared through the criminal networks of Mumbai, in the vain hope that it might provide new marketable narcotic opportunities. The collective drive and expertise of the refugees managed to turn theses genetically-engineered fungal samples into a new type of infrastructure Ð providing heat, light and building material for the refugees. Dharavi rapidly evolved itÕs own micro-economy based around the mushrooms. This documentary tells the story of some of the characters involved from Mumbai and the rest of the world and how Dharavi came to be such a unique place.

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LIVE architecture: charkha

the winning entry in a monument design competition, the project draws from the ‘spinning wheel’ symbol promoted by mahatma gandhi to illustrate contemporary india’s spectrum of social and cultural dimensions.

Works by G. R. Santosh

Works by G. R. Santosh

Works by G. R. Santosh

Santosh in the Rain - Twenty works by G. R. Santosh (1929–1997) from a retrospective at Delhi Art Gallery

India by Andreas Volwahsen   ‘Hindu architecture from India’

India by Andreas Volwahsen   ‘Hindu architecture from India’

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