Trespass

08 February 2012

Siddharth Hajra, From the series Opera Monorama

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We witness, experience and are privy to barriers of identity and geography being crossed every day. The visualization of ‘Trespass’ is of people whose lives have drastically transformed, of a moment that might have altered their lives or indeed of spaces as they are encroached, as they change and at times break away from a phase into another. In today’s context it can be about interpreting or understanding the self, as new frontiers of identity are challenged and forged.

With support from rsM_071Y

 

With participation from Pix-Team_Lucida

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