Led by the input of Asanga Welikala and in collaboration with Channa Daswatta, ‘Corridors of Power’ through architectural drawings and models, interrogates key moments in Sri Lanka’s constitutional evolution since 1972. The exhibition will be featured as part of the WINGS Festival of Arts.
The output on display will include large format drawings, 3D rendering, videos and physical models reflecting power dynamics enshrined in the the 1972 and 1978 constitutions, as well as the 13th, 18th and 19th Amendments.
The exhibition was conceptualised and curated by Sanjana Hattotuwa, whose note on it can be read at http://bit.ly/corridorsofpowercurator
Join Sanjana to walk through the exhibition and critically engage with the artefacts, learning about the concepts that drove the production of the material and the politics behind the architecture.
BMICH, Nuga Sevana
7 November at 2pm. 8 November at 11am & again at 2pm.
Each tour lasts approximately an hour with Q&A.
Facebook page at http://bit.ly/corridorsofpower
Note by Curator at http://bit.ly/corridorsofpowercurator
Full colour catalogue of exhibition at http://bit.ly/corridorsofpowercatalogue