Eyes That Saw Are Wide Shut is
a collection of ongoing bodies of work that found its origin in the archives of
North East Network (NEN) – A Women’s Rights Organisation.
To ideate, explore, and democratized historical narratives from the region that have been overlooked in the mainstream, using tools of archiving.
The lightbox team in a participatory collaboration realised an extention of the art project by collective Mil M2 based out of Santiago, Chile.
In participation with MILM2
Chronicles of an Inferno is a collective reaction aimed towards raising questions against the systematic process of resource extraction in the region and industrial marginalisation.
Majuli has been the site of an ongoing collaborative work of NELB. The protagonistic village of Salmora is used as a site for film screenings and projection of the site-specific works.
The first residency and workshop from NELB was an attempt at establishing a conversation between artists coming from within the region as well as from rest of the world.
As a poetic response to the underlying sub-realities of our present day society, the exhibition visualized a conversation between the river and the people.
A blue man on a blue boat stands in front of the people of the ever-flooding city, challenging his invisibility.