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    February 2015
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    2015, Mural
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வாழ்க்கை (Life)
Chennai, India

This piece is part of the “Mediocre” series. Its situated on the side of the river in the slum that is directly in front of my mural in Greenways Station. It’s popularly called “G.S. Nagar”. After bonding with some kids from this area I decided to go paint two small pieces towards the end of my stay in Chennai. 
There I was treated with the up most sense of honest hospitality and friendship.
Despite the rough view from the side facing the river, in the inside this is a beautiful and vivid place with many small houses painted in colors, the smell of home made food cooked on the street, girls drawing Rangoli symbols on the floor entrance of their houses and everything hand made with a mix of the closest care to details and scorned oddments.

But what I found to be the true life of the neighborhood were the kids, the way people interacted with them and how they ran about as if the street where just an extension of their house, and the people that surrounded them an extension of their family.

This piece is about the kids and the effect that they have on the people around them.

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