The Indian Penal Code of 1862, created as a way of consolidating local Sanskrit (Dharmaśāstra), Arabic (Al’Hidaya), and British law systems into one code, through a thirty year long commission chaired by Lord Macaulay. In Advaita the three names of these legal systems are partially displayed and distributed proportionally through the gallery creating a reference point from which to evaluate the other works in the exhibition.

Wall painting, dimensions variable