Artist Biswajit Goswami weaves new stories, experiences with Rakhines in Moheshkhali

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The roar of the sea lulled by surrounding hills and flowing rivers create a unique atmosphere in Bangladesh's Moheshkhali.

Telling an artistic story rooted in this picturesque environment, artist Bishwajit Goswami is creating a new atmosphere of cultural and linguistic exchanges through the project "Maa-Maati-Manush-Swadesh-Bhasha-Prokkriti (Mother-Earth-People-Homeland-Language-Nature)."

It is a site-specific project, supported by the Brihatta Art Foundation, which wants to combine the beauty of nature and the human heart and weave new stories.

The main installation work landed on February 21 midnight on the bank of the River Bakkhali in the presence of Rakhine people, team Brihatta, and Bishwajit Goswami.

The preparation session of Bishwajit's art installation project started in Moheshkhali on February 17.

This site-specific installation work is also being showcased on the Facebook page of Brihatta Art Foundation.

The foundation hopes to connect the diverse voices of Bangladesh, linking people and communities.

  • Brihatta Art Foundation
  • Project
  • "Maa-Maati-Manush-Swadesh-Bhasha-Prokkriti (Mother-Earth-People-Homeland-Language-Nature)."
  • Moheshkhali
  • Rakhines
  • Artist Biswajit Goswami

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