This gem of a bag is the result of a collab between the independent art space Kaalo.101 and the DIY-screenprint workshop Krudos in Nepal. All the materials the bag are produced locally in appropriate working conditions and they are handstitched and -printed in Krudos. The design is created by the artist Rupesh Man Singh, who is the only artist working within analogue manipulation of photographic material in Nepal, he is currently finishing his Bachelor degree.
Sales of the bags benefit the artist and the two projects Kaalo.101 and Krudos.
We are a transcultural artists' collective called Kaalo.101.
Our mission is to create an open, non-commercial, free and creative space to work, experiment, exhibit and discuss. We are a mixture between a gallery, work space and creative hangout, which is all based in a traditional Newari building in Nagbahal, Patan.
Our core value is the exchange of knowledge and the resulting individual and collective creative growth and courage. Solidarity, empowerment, mutual support and open dialogues are main pillars of this project and the connected community of Visual Artists, musicians, performers, writers and curators.
While starting Kaalo.101, we felt - and still feel - a safe, diverse and connective community between both global/local and traditional/contemporary ideas is what Kathmandu needs:
We believe in establishing these connections through art.
Get in touch with us on Facebook/Instagram: Kaalo.101
Or via mail: email@example.com
KRUDOS IS A SMALL SCALE SCREEN PRINTING INDUSTRY & A DISTRO INDEPENDENTLY RUN TO MEET THE DAILY NEED (EARN SOME MONEY) AND TO SPREAD ALTERNATIVE IDEAS, NEWS & OTHER RELATED STUFFS (INCLUDING MUSIC & OTHER FORMS OF ART) TO THE PEOPLE.
Get in touch with us on Facebook/Instagram: krudosfamily
Größe Beutel (außen): 33x40cm