Part 2
 
Still within the Louis Khan project, Zaman takes us to where he once went to school and then through to an area that was once a large green and open field. Lastly, he walks us through the Geneva Camp nearby. This is an area of the city where Bangladesh’s Urdu-speaking minority community, sometimes known as Biharis, are consigned to live in camps for ‘stranded Pakistanis’ that were set up in 1971, during the establishment of the Bangladeshi state, even though they have no roots in modern Pakistan.
 
Mustafa Zaman will be showing as part of the solo projects at the Dhaka Art Summit 2016.