Sudeep Balla , Balakrishna Banamala , Narayan Bohajiu
Laxman karmacharya , Jeewan Suwal, Sanjeev Maharjan , Rakesh Yakami , Artree Team & Ananda Maharjan
Multimedia Interactive Installation :
Colloboration with Children :
Lavkant Chaudhary , Mekh Limbu
Colloboration with Women :
Traditional Mural painting on Falchha:
Monitored by Samundraman Shrestha
Shree Bhakta Prajapati , Bikash Tamakhu
41 artists and art student’s drawing on display
Children Art Exhibition
Educational Tours for Schools
Monitored by Safala Rajbhandari
Local Music & Cultural Performance
Hari Bhajan Dafa
Experience by nature is subjective. The two quakes that hit Central Nepal affected thousands; their stories are varied and each one uniquely personal. However, the incident has pervasively unsettled the relationship cultivated by individuals to their surrounding.
In Thulo Byasi, an entire community was displaced.
Artree’s practice seeks to understand the way history and culture shapes the socio-ecological context of the people. Particularly in a city as culturally endowed as Bhaktapur, indigenous skills and vernacular knowledge is embedded in the fabric of the community – often concentrated within localities and greatly divergent in between. Using these two formidable connections: one of locality and the other of vernacular culture, Artree’s Camp.Hub hopes to reflect on the sense of belonging, while presenting the experiences of a quake-affected people.
Camp.Hub artists and collaborators seek to reimagine the communal spaces as an outlet for creative expression. Through site-specific artworks and complementary research it hopes to present the story of Thulo Byasi and its inhabitants in an unprecedented narrative.
Friday 18th- 20 th September 2015
10 AM- 7 PM
Thulo Byasi , Bhaktapur