"Bangladeshi Time Travel"
Uronto Residential Art Exchange Program, Dubolhati Palace, Naogaon, Bangladesh, 2019
Installation of Plaster Print Banners facing the wall they were printed from
Prints of some plants, which are growing inside of the palace
(large digital prints, as the delicate originals couldn't get exposed to the decaying dusty mud walls)
Large banner of a temple tree print, which is one of the most destructive plants on the building structure
Installation of smaller climbers and ferns
Winged Lion, 2019, 119 x 84 cm, plaster print on Chinese paper
Goblin Mother, 2019, 30 x 20 cm, plaster print on Chinese paper, coloured with pencils
in the back: Godhead, 2019, 30 x 20 cm, plaster print on Chinese paper
Birgitta is printing on a plastered wall on the palace roof, which has structures similar to the ones done by wood worms
Sleeping Vishnu and his Snake, 2019, 50 x 40 cm, untreated plaster print on Chinese paper
Zamindar's Dream, 2019, 30 x 21 cm
plaster print on Chinese paper, coloured with pencils
Adam and Eve, 2019, 30 x 21 cm
plaster print on Chinese paper, coloured with pencils
Bangladeshi Cycle Rikshaws, 2019, 30 x 21 cm
plaster print on Chinese paper, coloured with pencils
Mudborn Creatures, 2019, 30 x 21 cm
plaster print on Chinese paper, coloured with pencils
Water Creatures, 2019, 30 x 21 cm
plaster print on Chinese paper, coloured with pencils
The Frog which eats the Snake, 2019, 15 x 21 cm
one of the local stories of the palace history
You can find many more pictures on Birgitta's facebook documentation, if you open it in a new tab
Big Cats and muddy Waters, 2019, 30 x 21 cm
plaster print on Chinese paper, coloured with pencils
Green Leprechauns and Water Beeings, 2019, 30 x 21 cm
plaster print on Chinese paper, coloured with pencils
Gaia worries about her Children, 2019, 30 x 21 cm
plaster print on Chinese paper, coloured with pencils
Water Gods, 2019, 21 x 30 cm
plaster print on Chinese paper, coloured with pencils