Which Sky do Birds Fly
August 25 @ 11:00 am - October 15 @ 7:00 pm
‘Which Sky do Birds Fly’, is a group exhibition presented by LATITUDE 28 and co-curated by Saloni Jaiwal, writer and photographer, and Manan Shah, museologist, writer, aspiring art curator and art critic. The exhibition features the works of 11 artists, calling attention to changing definitions of belonging in contemporary culture and thereby the politics of space with the backdrop of ever-present contestation of lands. Working from different vantage points, the artists represent alternative histories that inform our current sense of belonging, the contestations over space, bodies and territoriality, interrogating and resisting the hegemonic narratives that become the mediatized source of knowledge for the individual.
“Through intricate interplays of contested narratives, the exhibition casts a probing light on the complex dance of belonging and space. As our world transforms and diversifies, the artists’ perspectives beckon us to question the evolving definitions of belonging, the geopolitics of territories, and the very fabric of our interconnected existence. A nuanced exploration that resonates in our digital age, where history and myth converge, inviting us to unravel the mosaic of identities that shape our sense of place and purpose.”
– Bhavna Kakar, Founder-Director, LATITUDE 28
Preview: 25th August at 5 PM