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Dharmendra Prasad – Autor/a en A*Desk

Dharmendra Prasad is an artist based in Guwahati and Buxar, and a member of Anga Art Collective. Through the collective, Anga harnesses communal energies that are present in rural Indian society – they collaborate with villagers, academics, and activists to approach the geography and social fabric of Assam. Prasad’s individual practice involves photography, poetry, and collective workshops that seek to bring value to the abundant knowledge of farmers. Often experienced and with no formal studies, Prasad’s Harvest School aims to unlearn the colonial and hierarchical systems that assert superiority to the ancient wisdom of the farmer’s hands. The Harvest School brings together families, craftsmen, fishermen, and urban youths together with the non-human agencies that surround us.

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