Presence of the goddess Siri

Presence of Siri-1
In this piece, I wanted to pay homage to the orality of the Epic of Siri. For thousands of years, it has been passed down only through song form.  It is also a working song, sung by women in the fields. I began to think that therefore, the air also, is part of the landscape. The scene depicted is takes place during harvest-time, and the women interspersed within the narrative are engaging with the end. Another aim of this piece is to also convey the ripeness and lushness of the Tulu landscape. 
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