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I Live Under Your Sky Too is a massive (32-feet wide) installation by artist Shilpa Gupta, erected by the sea on Carter Road in Bandra, Mumbai.
"[Bandra] has such a rich and varied mix of people from different backgrounds and faiths. Also, the backdrop of the sea is very close to my heart: water is a symbol of movement, migration and such great vastness which dwarfs every turmoil." Gupta says. 
The selection of languages will change with the location of the project. As it tours the country, local languages will be incorporated into the artwork.
 
Loving this art installation and would love to see more work like this dotted around cities in the world in unexpected places. Us silly humans always need to be reminded and installations like this do remind us of the beautiful principles of harmony, understanding and compassion that should cross the many differences between us. 
- S

I Live Under Your Sky Too is a massive (32-feet wide) installation by artist Shilpa Gupta, erected by the sea on Carter Road in Bandra, Mumbai.

"[Bandra] has such a rich and varied mix of people from different backgrounds and faiths. Also, the backdrop of the sea is very close to my heart: water is a symbol of movement, migration and such great vastness which dwarfs every turmoil." Gupta says. 

The selection of languages will change with the location of the project. As it tours the country, local languages will be incorporated into the artwork.

 

Loving this art installation and would love to see more work like this dotted around cities in the world in unexpected places. Us silly humans always need to be reminded and installations like this do remind us of the beautiful principles of harmony, understanding and compassion that should cross the many differences between us. 

- S

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