Diya Pinto and Shreevyas making some bold statements around the Darpana Sundari mural, whilst the concept of the scissors is perspicaciously subsumed into the composition by Diya, as she attempts to portray the theme “it’s okay but it’s not” which is a fight between what society thinks and what history shows in our country, as quoted by her.
It proficiently arouses the questions about nudity and touching of gender politics and gender construction , in public space and in ‘historic’ representation.
Shreevyas’ light-hearted intervention of replacing the vanity mirror with a cell-phone to self-ie-obsession with the Darpana sundari, rendered an animated touch to the layout.
An intervention by Diya Pinto, ShreeVyas and Runjhun Kejriwal. Open invitations were made thereafter, transforming the project into an overt platform.