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Banyan is a tree whose roots go very deep into the ground. Its seeds migrate around and sometimes end up in old buildings, where they become so strong that they can break the structure. As a metaphorical Banyan, Pankaj Tiwari uses a tent that constantly transforms and changes its shape. During the week, Tiwari invites artists to inhabit the tent, develop their artistic practice and discuss white art spaces. In this framework, together I developed a food installation that took the shape and features of the floating roots of the Banyan tree, stretching and linking its vision together. 

TENT Residency at DeSingel


Performative Residency, with Pankaj Tiwari and Pratik Kayal

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