Whether it is context, knowledge or simply to take part in the dispersion of intellectual property, more people are now visiting art exhibitions. Last weekday’s visit to DAS showed exactly that, with the authority even having to almost prohibit taking pictures of artworks.
The scenography for the project was made by Paris-based multinational architecture, art, and design group Golem. It has been created with the support of Harper Collins India. The installation invites visitors to enter a forest of enormous pages where scenes from the book stand as tall as trees.
Animation, games and performances your children shouldn't miss on the last day of DAS 2023 today
Maybe art is about staring at a wall long enough before you realise that the exhibition ended in the previous room, and it’s just wall paint that you’ve been staring at for the past ten minutes.
The Slavic fairy tales and Soviet stories formed a significant part of the childhood memories of people who grew up in the subcontinent from the 1960s to the mid 1980s.
For those who are especially interested in literature in book form, the first two floors of the exhibition hold treasures.