Using different types of local mud, dirt and dust, Japanese artist Yusuke Asai created an immersive mural that covered the walls and ceiling of a school classroom in a remote village in India. The sprawling, indoor paintings were created for the Wall Art Festival, an annual gathering of Indian and Japanese artists who spend around 20 days at the Niranjana School in Sujata Village, Bodh-Gaya, and produce wall art using the walls of the school building as canvas. The initiative aims to help resolve various issues confronting villages in India such as those regarding poverty, education, and employment through cultural and artistic exchange.

 Find out more about Yusuke Asai’s work here.via [Spoon & Tamago] via [My Modern Met]





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