Venue: Sukerkar House, Panjim
Timings: 10:30 – 20:00
Adrift is a free-flowing visual allegory of personified ‘space’ that unravels spatially, temporally and graphically through the collective efforts of multiple storytellers. It is a story with a life of its own. Conceived as a social experiment that fuses the art of doodling, drawing and graphic novels, it explores the interactive nature of storytelling. It is an inquiry into creating a social, participatory space, testing whether people indeed care for stories or not. If people care enough to participate and contribute towards creating a collective story? The narrative allows audiences to participate as co-creators and enrich the story with their interpretations of shared ownership. The unpredictability of the outcome is itself a story to look forward to.
Chitra Chandrashekhar is an architect turned communication designer. She is also the creative founder of Mographies, an independent, organic, collaborative,and creative practice that specializes in design thinking and visual storytelling across media/ channels. She is a design educator, and currently a visiting faculty at the School of Design, Ambedkar University. Chitra completed her Masters in Design (Visual Communication) at IIT, Bombay.
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