The final event of Krishnakriti Festival was an evening of music that began with 3D mapping based on history of Hyderabad on Qutub Shahi Tombs by French artist Delphine Dellas and Nicolas Louvancourt. The mapping projected on the tomb of Abdullah Qutub Shah takes as a starting point the story of Hyderabad from the reign of Abdullah. By using Krishnakriti Foundation’s photographic archives, Delphine Delas’ drawings inspired by this collection, current videos of the city, visual games and volume from the architecture of the tomb, Nicolas Louvancourt and Delphine Delas presented for the first time in India, a unique audiovisual work in 3D.
Mapping based on history of Hyderabad on Qutub Shahi Tombs by French artist Delphine Dellas and Nicolas Louvancourt
This was followed with the performance of Zoe Simpson, singer cum songwriter from Francis Cabrel’s. Her songs depict women, with deep, sensitive, festive and dancing words. Their obsessive melodies and arrangements are composed by Malcolm Crespin, Producer of the album Femmes Debout (Women upright). His musical notes and her words enthralled the audience. Hariharan, the Indian singer, music composer who has struck a successful balance between classical, light and cinema music ensured his concert marked the perfect end to the annual celebration of art and culture.