‘Creativity can never be lost, we should recollect them’, said the author Kalpetta Narayanan at a riveting session featuring the authors T.D Ramakrishnan and Anitha Thampi as the co-panelists, moderated by A.K. Abdul Hakkim.
The dialogue gave insights on the how writing helps one escape into a virtual world beyond the ones that the mobile screens offer. T.D. Ramakrishnan, added to it by stating about the multiple facets of the space we live in, from a literary point of view. It is the cultural quotient that a space holds, which makes any space habitable despite the differences and intolerances.
Anitha Thampi pointed out how art doesn’t have an open influence unlike money or power. Space which is an association of various entities offers it a multidimensional status. The reason for a space, the situation at a space and the obstruction a space faces, help measure the magnitude of the space we live in, added the author.
The moderator, Abdul Hakkim, concluded the session on the note that one should not avoid the digital world but update one’s creativity to create a space for themselves in a world that constantly requires it.