The Auroville Project is a sprawling spacial installation that brings together videos, photographs and a set of objects ranging from sculptures and archival materials to collected artifacts and plants. Together, they summarize an examination of the current state of the intentional community founded in 1968 by Mira Alfasa in India, identifying synergies between humans and nature in the fields of ecology, spirituality and politics.
The exhibition includes videos, photo works, sculptures, archive materials and living plants grown from seeds collected in Auroville, as well as contributions by Henrik B. Andersen, Andrew Burton, Jessika Björhn, Charlotte Hedberg, Nadira Husain, Gazi Mrah and Tryggve Lundberg.
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