Wed 12 Aug - Wed 12 Aug' 15
The way we draw and see deltas, rivers, rain, land and gardens, may be completely wrong!
Anuradha Mathur and Dilip da Cunha questions our typical understanding of rain, water and river, and rephrases how all these are connected to our behaviour towards nature. They showed evidence of how being gentle to water and letting it flow is always better than forcing and containing it within hard-lines of dams and barrages, and how natural drainage systems can save us during the upcoming crises of climate change rather than controlling it by force.
Originally recorded on 12th August 2015 at Chhayanaut Auditorium, Dhanmondi, Dhaka
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Dilip da Cunha
Architect, Urban Planner, Professor
Dilip da Cunha, an architect and planner, is Adjunct Professor at the School of Design, University of Pennsylvania. He is also Visiting Faculty at Srishti School of Art, Design, and Technology in Bangalore.
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The Experience of Architectural Photography – A Lecture by Richard Schulman
The 4th issue of Bengal Institute's newsletter-magazine, originally published in Fall 2019