The best way to validate one’s existence is after all through the other. After all the anticipation, Litmus 2016 opened its curtains on the first day with a flurry of events.
From a panel discussion on “Post coloniality and the body in mythology to a student discussion on ” the child and the family in fantasy fiction and modern myth making”, Litmus led to a lot of brainstorming and reconstruction of the ideas surrounding the presentation of narrative myths and how we see them.
With a creative and mind boggling exhibition that paintings and photos challenging our visual discourse, the day ended with a lot of excitement and expectations for day 2.
Let’s recapitulate the day, shall we?
1. Post coloniality and the body in mythology.
2. Three types of bodies:
3. “We need to start questioning how the narrative constructs the mythological heroes”.
4. An exhibition set up by the students.
5. She is already a controversial figure in itself and in the original myth.
6. The student discussion on ‘The child and the family in fantasy fiction and modern myth making”.
7. Let the mind rust, crust and burst and reveal…everything that it needs to know.
See you all tomorrow!