When can I see the installation?
The installation is on permanent display at the Samadrusti Campus in Bhubaneswar, Odisha.
For an update on other exhibitions of The Sovereign Forest, please watch this space.
How long does one viewing take?
The Sovereign Forest installation consists of many parts. Visitors can view any part in any order they choose.
Central to The Sovereign Forest is the film The Scene of Crime around which is a constellation of texts, books, photographs, seeds and processes. The Scene of Crime is 42 minutes and therefore planning for a two or three hour visit would be ideal.
What does it cost?
Entry is free.
Is there an age limit for viewing the installation?
There is no age limit. All ages are invited to engage with and explore this exhibition.
Will it be useful for me?
Those interested in or working on issues related to food sovereignty, ecology, organic agriculture, land acquisitions, law, human rights, industrialisation and development issues, community and people struggles, tribal movements; will find this work beneficial and informative.