the #projectinterpret journey

The #projectinterpret journey continues with exciting adventures and avid pilots of the project... the interpretation of history through objects figured high on the list! The fantastic 'India and the World' exhibition at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS) (formerly Prince of Wales Museum of Western India) at Mumbai has finally closed. But, with its... Continue Reading →

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The Design Overture

  "The ability to feel, to see, to discover, to think, to build and model, communicate and to evaluate form the core of design learning..." M P Ranjan, NID, 2004 In July 2002, Suranjana Satwalekar initiated me into the blitzkrieg of Design. Bewildered and gawky, I started with thinking that when NIDians went for a... Continue Reading →

Let’s go to school :)

Sananda Mukhopadhyay who runs the initiative Extension Arts asked me a week back if I would like to go to Ganjad village in Dahanu. Slightly surprised I asked her why a beach town and she replied to see the walls of a school. School, which school? What walls? Why? Then she mentioned there was a... Continue Reading →

These are some fantastic paper creations at the Burlington Arcade in the extremely hi-street and expensive Mayfair part of London. This arcade is just next to the Royal Academy. It has some of the most beautifully decorated shop windows. The Chanel shop had a huge bottle of their signature perfume bottle. I don't know who... Continue Reading →

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