Introducing the lumbung members: Britto Arts Trust

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The artist-run non-profit collective Britto Arts Trust was founded in Dhaka, Bangladesh, in 2002.

Britto Arts Trust presents a filmic work about graffiti art on garbage containers, which was created during the three-month ShohorNama art project in 2018 in Dhaka as part of a larger project Topography of Mirror Cities. The graffiti on the garbage containers on a main square of Dhaka city was initiated with the aim of drawing attention to the constant ignorance of the citizens and authorities to protect the environment of our surroundings and the nature.

Britto Arts Trust, ShohorNama Graffiti Art, 2018, Video, 6:13 Min, Courtesy: Britto Arts Trust

Language: English

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