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Through a new lens

Photography is reimagined and the frames shift to newer vistas at the recently concluded Serendipity Arts Festival in Goa.

At first there are the kites. White kites next to a window. It seems they are yearning to fly away. A blue sky outside is a metaphor too. The kites are part of Indu Antony's exploration of memories and dreams. Exploring Carl Jung's theory of the Personal Unconscious, she traces the way memories get boxed' and their eventual resurfacing in

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