An online essay by Neil Agarwal and Millen Anand, including video with drone footage.
Excerpt: For our final project, we decided to look at sacred space from a variety of perspectives. As we’ve learned in Professor Tuttle’s class, sacred space can look different from unique viewpoints. For example, in one of our recent readings titled No Man’s Land: Real and Imaginary Tibet: The Experience of an Exiled Tibetan Artist by Gonkar Gyatso, we could see that people from different backgrounds view space differently. We similarly believe that looking at representations of sacred space from different angles and physical points of viewing can enhance our understanding of the space,which was the motivation for this project. Read more here: https://medium.com/@neilagarwal/sacred-space-in-perspective-by-neil-agarwal-and-millen-anand-9012abe8f69c