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The Salt Prints Time: July 6, 2011 at 6pm to July 31, 2011 at 7pm
Location: Sabarmati to Dandi
Organized By: P Madhavan

Event Description:
The salt prints is a contemporary artists’ march with the aim to retrace the historical “Dandi March – the 387 km walk from Sabarmati to Dandi”, which launched the greatest non-violent battle, the civil disobedience campaign, headed by the father of the nation, the Mahatma Gandhi in 1930.
This Dandi March in 2011 by a group of 4 artists aims to visualize the historical geography by collecting and capturing photographs throughout the walk to develop a visual narrative of people’s personal and collective memoirs about Gandhi and his philosophy.
The participating artists are, Ajit Bhadoriya, Edson Dias, Chaitanya Guttikar, and P. Madhavan who shall be equipped with the pinhole, medium format and large format cameras loaded with films. The march will start on the 6th of July from Sabarmati and will end at Dandi, Gujarat.

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