Published in The Hindustan Times, 26 January 2011
This month, the city’s famous live music venue will make place for an art and music experiment. Titled The Psychic Plumber and Other Lies, the show takes India of the ’70s and ’80s as its muse to depict works of two different professionals. “It’s a cross-pollination of sorts. We are trying to create a little island where music and art go together. It’s unlikely that two artistes from different mediums come together this way,” says graphic novelist Sarnath Banerjee.