Visualizing Time | Anagha Bhat

An entire class was discussing the old places of their town, its geography and the changes they had observed there in their lifetimes. Some were arguing with each other about directions and other minute details of the city.  Students were also drawing the landscape of their city on mount boards or creating 3D models.  This […]

Language Beyond Words and History Beyond Text | Anagha Bhat

After completing my graduation in sculpture, when I joined the Masters course in archaeology, everyone asked me two seemingly simple questions:  “Why archaeology after sculpture? What is the connection between the two?” When I thought about it then I really had no answer. Today, when I look back at the same question after spending almost […]