Graffiti on the Jadavpur University campus that caught our attention
Posted on 05 Dec 2021
The famous Dali mask graffiti that had got Tokyo of Money Heist fame talking about Jadavpur University (JU). This was painted by Aratrika Basu, a second-year student of master’s in Philosophy, as a tribute to the popular TV series as well as the legacy of revolution in JU. Photo: Amit Datta
The wall above the postgraduate arts building gate at JU is adorned with this colourful graffiti, which has gone seen quite a lot of reworking by the university students. Situated in the line of vision from Milanda’s canteen, this graffiti has been much talked about in recent times. Photo: Amit Datta
Protest is at the heart of the artworks found on walls around the campus. This one is against the rape and murder of women. Photo: Amit Datta
Gandhi Bhavan, the auditorium where most of the university’s cultural events are held, has this astonishing painting on the ceiling at the entrance. This painting recalls the freedom fighters of the country with the slogan, “Do or Die”, emblazoned across the centre. Photo: Amit Datta
A few random, small graffiti works are scattered all over campus buildings. Artwork featuring Karl Marx are found right across from the Central Library. Photo: Amit Datta
his graffiti is painted on one of the walls of Aurobindo Bhavan, the main administrative building of the university housing the vice-chancellor’s office. This building has witnessed most of the protests and rallies that colour the history of the university. This graffiti marks an inevitable irony at the face of the “system”. Photo: Amit Datta
Last updated on 05 Dec 2021
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