CRACK Trust’s core notion is inspired by Baul’s philosophy and the heightened spiritual get-together [A.K.A. Sadhu Sanga] of masters and practitioners. The practitioners believe that exchanging experience at a heightened state of being facilitates participants to explore new uncharted creative grounds and a greater understanding of the universe. At CRACK Trust, we believe that Art is a complex process, and it cannot be separated from daily life and ways of living.
We think that every form of art has interrelation, and it is necessary to develop vigorous interlinkages between every field of culture to create a favourable environment for the progress of artistic practices. In this light, apart from visual artists, CRACK also engages creative people from various disciplines, including but not limited to theatre activists, photographers, film-makers, musicians, psychologists, singers, poets, writers, journalists, actors, anthropologists, folklorists, historians, art critics and so on.
It aims to provide a platform for all thinkers and creative practitioners worldwide with the philosophical basis to think independently and understand each other’s culture. Sharing and caring for cross-cultural art intends to establish an eco-friendly platform that considers the oneness of our planet that we all have been sharing for generations.