Blank Noise has held many exhibits featuring collections of short videos, films, posters, street performances, weapons for defense against street violence, clothing worn by women during incidents of eve-teasing, etc. that raise awareness about the issue of street violence in society, address the notion of blame during such attacks, and seek to define what street violence really is. In the campaign, art in various forms is serving as a platform for engaging society on an issue that affects all members of society, sparking dialogue, changing perceptions, and slowly changing society itself. Click here for a complete list of the Blank Noise projects – past, present and upcoming.
For example, in April 2007 the Blank Noise production, “Mind The Gap” was featured at the Max Mueller Bhavan/ Goethe Institute in Bangalore, India. It featured an “audio installation based on interviews with men on street sexual harassment, Hot News Taaza Samachar (video performance address passive news consumerism), Mad Women ( photo projection loop), I NEVER ASK FOR IT garments,” and a street performance.