Bandana Jain speaks like a true Artist when she professes her love for trash and how she finds artistic creativity in it. In an exclusive conversation with Feministaa she talks about the reality of sustainable living and how it can be introduced in our daily urban lives by adopting small steps like separating garbage, recycling and reusing.
“To promote, accept and adopt sustainability, you don’t have to be rich.”
The biggest myth that surrounds sustainable lifestyle is that it can only be afforded and adopted by the privileged and rich section of the society. Bandana says to promote and accept sustainability in one’s life, you don’t have to be rich. She elucidates that the ancient rural lifestyle was sustainable and Eco-friendly even before sustainable living became the new fashion statement. To know more about the challenges and creative ways of adopting sustainable living with art, watch the live conversation.    "> Bandana Jain speaks like a true Artist when she professes her love for trash and how she finds artistic creativity in it. In an exclusive conversation with Feministaa she talks about the reality of sustainable living and how it can be introduced in our daily urban lives by adopting small steps like separating garbage, recycling and reusing.
“To promote, accept and adopt sustainability, you don’t have to be rich.”
The biggest myth that surrounds sustainable lifestyle is that it can only be afforded and adopted by the privileged and rich section of the society. Bandana says to promote and accept sustainability in one’s life, you don’t have to be rich. She elucidates that the ancient rural lifestyle was sustainable and Eco-friendly even before sustainable living became the new fashion statement. To know more about the challenges and creative ways of adopting sustainable living with art, watch the live conversation.    ">

The Reality of Sustainable Living with Contemporary Artist Bandana Jain

By Staff Feministaa in Starting Up 19/08/2020

“I love kachra. I’m truly in love with trash. I see a lot of creativity in those things which are discarded otherwise.”

Contemporary Artist and sustainable design practitioner, Bandana Jain speaks like a true Artist when she professes her love for trash and how she finds artistic creativity in it. In an exclusive conversation with Feministaa she talks about the reality of sustainable living and how it can be introduced in our daily urban lives by adopting small steps like separating garbage, recycling and reusing.

“To promote, accept and adopt sustainability, you don’t have to be rich.”

The biggest myth that surrounds sustainable lifestyle is that it can only be afforded and adopted by the privileged and rich section of the society. Bandana says to promote and accept sustainability in one’s life, you don’t have to be rich. She elucidates that the ancient rural lifestyle was sustainable and Eco-friendly even before sustainable living became the new fashion statement.

To know more about the challenges and creative ways of adopting sustainable living with art, watch the live conversation.

 

 


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