Welcome to the Global village – eat here and meet me anywhere
L.N. Tallur designed his space as a kitschy road show called ‘Welcome to the global village – eat here and meet me anywhere’. A red jute carpet led one into the servant’s quarter, where under a canopy on a platform was a hollowed-out T.V. box filled with images of God and fitted with different colored bulbs that viewers could activate sitting on a sofa and smelling the incense from plugged in electrified incense sticks. In another piece, a stuffed hen, i.e. a 3-D object was placed inside the idiot-box to be viewed under psychedelic light conditions that a viewer could control.