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All images © Chila Kumari Singh Burman, courtesy of Tate Britain

"A new installation by artist Chila Kumari Singh Burman masks the stately columns and ornate flourishes of Tate Britain’s facade, enveloping the London museum in a blanket of neon. In “Remembering a Brave New World,” technicolor symbols, pop culture references, and religious iconography transform the neoclassical structure into an illuminated space for celebration. The public artwork was revealed on December 14 to coincide with the start of Diwali, the five-day Indian festival of lights, and casts a kaleidoscopic glow on the surrounding area.

"The eclectic collection draws on Punjabi Liverpudlian artist’s own life and family history, which manifests in pieces like the multi-colored ice cream truck. After moving to England, her father purchased one of the vehicles, an experience that imprinted her childhood."
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Yeah, it has a similar vibe until you look closely at the elements.


At first I thought I was seeing something that might be at the Jersey shore. Sorry about that. :-/ Thanks, Pat!


Not completely different from Diwali decorations in India, but a lot flashier. I recently posted a puzzle from this group of photos taken at an ashram in India.

Western tools, but also Northern! Sort of a cold-weather adaptation for Diwali! :-)


"It certainly conveys the spirit of Diwali using western tools." Good observation, Bill.

Mistake #2, Colossal. ;-)


How cool! It certainly conveys the spirit of Diwali using western tools. I love it! But Colossal has delayed it by a month. Diwali began on November 14. Thanks, Pat!

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