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'Trans Studio Project 4.0' on display
Photo Courtesy: Bikalpa Art Center
Bikalpa Art Center, Pulchowk is garnered with the exhibition 'Trans Studio Project 4.0' that kicked off on May 17. The exhibition is the result of a three-week intensive trans disciplinary project, that aims to bring together professionals for a myriad of different disciplines, too, in the spirit of collaboration, use collective wisdom to produce individual works of art.
According to the press statement released by BAC trans disciplinary collaboration encourages the exchange of ideas across disciplinary boundaries, facilitating the production of holistic solutions. TSP 4.0 has brought together the professional experience of artists, filmmakers, engineers, and writers to create holistic works of art that educate the local community on socio-political facing contemporary Nepal.
The exhibition consists of mixed-medium installation pieces and video projection. The participants for the TSP4.0 include visual artist Manish Lal Shrestha, theater artists Sharu Nepal and Saurav Basnet, filmmaker Saroj Mahato and Fashion Designer/interdisciplinary artist from France Tiffany Baillet.
It added that previous Trans Studio Projects focused on the theme of the changing socio-cultural context of Nepal. This project consistently demonstrates an awareness of contemporary social issues in Nepal, which continued with TSP 4.0.
The exhibition continues till May 31.