PHANTOM SQUARE IS OPEN TO SKY - AND ANY FORM OF CULTURAL OR SOCIAL EXPERIMENT YET TO BE TESTED ON HUMANS.
As a physical space, Phantom Square is our charming little courtyard, complete with frangipani tree and silver moon,
which serves as perhaps the right venue for everything left
The idea is to conduct interesting little experiments and test
these ideas from time to time, often before a small but
The ideas could spring from anywhere (as ideas often do): philosophy, social behaviour, music, nature, technology, life.
They could take almost any form – exhibition, installation, debate, one-act play, musical performance, etc.
Over time, we hope to make these events a regular feature, cross-pollinating ideas, beliefs, skill, and talent - to engage, enthrall, even educate.
If you’ve got something nice to show, we’ve got the showcase.
The square measures about 60 ft by 40 ft, with a small stage at one end and seating for about 50 people. There’s also a surrounding corridor with large white walls that can be used as
For more details, mail your idea to firstname.lastname@example.org
If it came to it, what would your last meal be? A one-night restaurant will serve up the very answers, provoke thought, inspire discussions, and provide meaningful entertainment. Lack of room may restrict the number of invitees. But please email us at email@example.com if interested.
Song of the Poet was an experiment conducted to discover the musical equivalent of the written word – written, in this case, by some of the world’s most prodigious poets.
The idea was to take some of the greatest pieces of poetry, and then launch into a creative exploration of how each of these pieces could be interpreted musically, without words, by arguably some of the finest musical talent in the country.
Below, Konarak Reddy, Rzhude David, and Raman Iyer performing the works of William Wordsworth, R. L. Stevenson, William Blake, Maya Angelou, among others.