Thursday, 28 October 2010

High rises in Poverty.


a google image i am going to screen print for my newspaper. i think this is going to be one of the most interesting things i have ever done on my course so far, because here you can see the high rises in Dharavi ( mumbai's biggest slum area )showing in white, as the sun is hitting on the taller buildings..and the majority of lower buildings cannot be seen, they are flat, and not visible.this is a very clear picture of poverty , just in Mumbai, i would love to see a clearer picture of the whole of india.i think this is one of my best studies so far. Well one that make much more sense then my other projects. Maybe these are signs of learning!

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"A Wanderer who expresses the love for Art / Sound and Texture, whilst on a nomadic journey in to the nothingness." I traveled rural India and have become particularly interested in the creativity and vibrancy of rural craftspeople and the ingenious way in which they construct their homes despite limited resources. I have always been interested in documenting different cultures, and especially the ways in which people adapt to different environments through displacement. The skills and lifestyles of nomadic craftspeople and the haunting beauty of tribal landscapes fascinate me and it is a line of enquiry I wish to pursue in my graphic work. web site : http://web.me.com/hasibmaricar/Site/Home.html Email: hasibmaricar@mac.com Twitter:http://twitter.com/nomadicwhirler