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Guerrilla Residency Project

As we build our cities, at the cost of nature, we end up displacing existing natural fauna to make concrete structures. However, when these structures are abandoned and undergo natural decay, nature begins to reclaim its own. Located at a site that perfectly exemplified this phenomenon - amidst a few deserted shops in a lane in the middle of Panjim, an exciting project took shape during St+art Goa 2018 - the Guerrilla Residency project.

The Guerrilla Residency Project, St+art Goa 2018

Realised by artist Amitabh Kumar, in collaboration with street artists Anpu Varkey and Miles Toland, and a special piece by artist Rutva Trivedi, the project revitalised six abandoned shops in a dilapidated area of Panjim to draw a frame around the constant battle between nature and urbanisation.

Anpu Reveals Start Goa 2018 Pranavgohil 8
Milestoland Reveals Start Goa 2018 Pranavgohil 5
Amitabh Reveals Start Goa 2018 Pranavgohil 6
Milestoland Reveals Start Goa 2018 Pranavgohil 9
Rutva Reveals Start Goa 2018 Pranavgohil 1
Milestoland Reveals Start Goa 2018 Pranavgohil 14
Amitabh Reveals Start Goa 2018 Pranavgohil 17
Amitabh Reveals Start Goa 2018 Pranavgohil 20
Rutva Reveals Start Goa 2018 Pranavgohil 5

Guerrilla Residency Project, 2018