Traces of India: Photography, Architecture, and the Politics of Representation is an exhibition that explores the social, political, and anthropological role of photographic images in India during British colonial rule. The installation was designed to adapt to two venues: The Canadian Centre for Architecture and Yale Center for British Arts. The exhibition features a selection of nineteenth-century photographs of historic monuments of India from the CCA collection, along with a related selection of images from popular culture, including postcards, posters, political ephemera, and clips of Bollywood films.
systems and materials:
Powder-coated steel and acryllic
Canadian Centre for Architecture
Lindy Roy with Heidi Werner
Deitch Projects: The Garden Party, Deitch Projects: Keith Haring, Design Museum: The Peter Saville Show, Mobile Graceland, Meatspace