Poem about exile in big letters in India

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Robert MontgomeryFado music in reverse, Biennale di Kochi-Muziris 2012

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Robert MontgomeryFado music in reverse, Biennale di Kochi-Muziris 2012

For India’s first festival of international contemporary art, the Kochi Muziris-Biennale, which first took place in 2012, Robert Montgomery has created a poem about exile in light on the sea-facing façade of Aspinwall House which he describes as Fado music in reverse.

 

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