NO MAN’S LAND
Supported by: Britto Arts Trust & Shelter Promotion Council
‘No Man’s Land’, a community based public art project was held between 22-27 March 2014.
The border and the huge fence between India and Bangladesh not only divide similar ethnic groups of people having similar culture, language and history but interrupt the natural flow of biodiversity as well. It was an attempt to do the project across the border to shape and understand the strong historical, cultural and sociological contexts that govern in Bangladesh and India.
Artists concentrated on the villages of Bholaganj in India and Puran Bholaganj in Bangladesh. They finally made it to meet with each other without passports on 27th March 2014 at the physical space of No Man’s Land.