Join our launch of Visual Disobedience at Julius Macwan Institute in Khar (W) on September 22 and 23, 2012.
Create. Connect. Collaborate
Visual Disobedience was born over beers and banter about Mumbai’s shanty-chic aesthetic. Within our network of friends, there were visual artists creating works with an edgy, contemporary funk. It was simply a question of six degrees of separation before we rounded up like-minded souls to come together as a community. This collective’s sex appeal is all about saying ‘Fuck-You’ in their inimitable, quirky style. So why not combine forces and change the way we perceive art and make it more accessible?
Visual Disobedience is about creating the Bohemian space where daring, inspired ideas find a home. From graffiti artists to photographers, short filmmakers to animation artists, the idea is for the artists to find a cosy, roosting spot for cutting-edge collaborations, an inspired exchange of ideas, a portfolio for discerning clients with money and taste (yes, though rare, they’re not mythical) and more than a passing flirtation with coolth.