Dates: 29, 30 March 2017
Time: 7:00 pm onwards
Location: Behind Krishna Mandir, Patan Durbar Square
This audio-visual installation revolves around the experience of losing sense of identity by the act of walking in the dark. It is based off an incident in one of the artist’s own experiences and is intended to make audiences interact with their perceptions of architectural spaces and how they can be warped with certain influences.
Sana Nasir, is an international award winning illustrator and graphic designer, based in Karachi, Pakistan. She founded Designers United for a Cause, Karachi! (D.U.C.K!) and designs for narratives and festivals. She currently works at PeaceNiche, a community driven organization.
Daniel Arthur Panjwaneey is a musician based in Karachi, Pakistan. As ‘Alien Panda Jury’ he has released 2 EPs and numerous singles. He has been engaging the Nepali experimental electronic scene by co-founding a DIY-driven musical event, Sine Valley Festival.