Circus, (land art)
When I went to the location, I was hugely inspired by the landscape and shape of land. The vastness of the location inspired me to create something massive. Digging to create water bodies in the area created a lasting impression in the mind. "Not to build, but to remove" became my work process. I wanted to create a playground where I would be able to play on the Open Studio Day and where the locals could entertain themselves after we left the place.

Local Workshop
Prantiker Prakitajan 1
A series of workshop with ethnic groups from Bangladesh.
Worked with ‘Rakhain’ community from South-West sea-beach area

Venue: Rangabali, Galachipa Village, Potuakhali
From 8-15 April 2010
Organisers: Britto Arts Trust

Photo credit: Sanjida Shaheed, Syed Muhammad Zakir
 
 
day 4, almost 800 cubic feet soil have been removed,
i feel happy..excited ..
 
 
i'm almost prepared for final open exhibition..
.....the extreme Circus
 
 
one of participants, On my canvas....
I'm waiting for next day....14th April (pohela boishakh)
 
 
Circus has just begun....
 
 
Circus, Peoples vs me.....
 
 
Crawling like an insect !!
 
 
Wild !!
 
 
Circus !!
 
 
Circus !!
 
 
The performer is out,
local audience r waiting.. what is next!
 
 
House full...
 
 
The performer is out,
The stage belongs to the audience now.
 
 
Circus - the new season!
 
 
 
the show must go on..
 
 
Circus, (land art)
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Circus, (land art)

This is a local art Workshop with ethnic groups from Bangladesh. The vastness of the location inspired me to create something massive. Digging t Read More
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