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Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan Ban

Namma Harate Jagaliga Banni

How do we create these public spaces of care, to be safe and inclusive? Through such curated public engagements and spatial experiences, we hope to build a collective sense of inheritance, ownership, and appreciation for micro-histories, within our immediate networks.

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Namma Harate Jagaliga Banni
Namma Harate Jagaliga Banni

Time & Location

06-May-2023, 9:00 am – 07-May-2023, 5:00 pm

Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan Ban, 716, Chinmaya Mission Hospital Rd, First Stage, Defence Colony, Indiranagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560038, India

About the Event

In the public showcase of CPA 2022, “Namma Harate Jagalige Banni” we are keen on discussing the possible relationships between the different kinds of personal archiving projects with the wide range of public whom we may meet on the streets. The presenters and audiences are encouraged to bring their interpretation of the “streets” to the showcase; whether it is the sonic experience of Bangali heard in Kolkata homes versus the regional centers of Dhaka; the experiences of celebrating a festival between Baroda to Bangalore; the ways in which one searches for lost legacy in family archives or community histories; or from shopping for literature in the markets of Ulhasnagar to reviving the forgotten atrocities of the conservancy lanes, and more.

Also, bring along your friends from the neighborhood.

Can we create history-addas or kades or thelas - spaces on the street, where the most difficult histories can be shared and heard? Who would listen to them, and whom would it move? How do we create these public spaces of care, to be safe and inclusive? Through such curated public engagements and spatial experiences, we hope to build a collective sense of inheritance, ownership, and appreciation for micro-histories, within our immediate networks.

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