Art and the Rohingya of Kathmandu

I first came across the work of Sujan Dangol during the Kathmandu Triennale held earlier this year, which ostensibly looked like a recording of a game of musical chairs played by a group of young men. The label tersely said that it was ‘a collaboration between the artist and a group of urban refugees living in the Kathmandu Valley’, and that it was a metaphor for their harsh reality. Art and the Rohingya of Kathmandu
Kurchi Dasgupta
Published at : September 17, 2017
Updated at : September 17, 2017 11:06