ILI-LIKHA ARTIST VIL­LAGE

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This vil­lage (left) is an­other artsy es­tab­lish­ment by ex­per­i­men­tal film­maker Kid­lat Tahimik. If you’re charmed by the VOCAS Gallery atop La Azotea Build­ing on Ses­sion Road (the gallery houses Oh My Gu­lay restau­rant), then you’ll find IliLikha equally in­ter­est­ing. It’s a hip­pie food court that serves de­li­cious, healthy fare (no so­das here!), and the place is ac­tu­ally a huge art in­stal­la­tion. Ev­ery nook and cranny is filled with eclec­tic art­works made from scrap ma­te­ri­als—a mo­saic wall made of bro­ken glasses, a pil­lar made of rub­ber, and re­cy­cled bot­tles as wall art. Ili-Likha is an ever-evolv­ing es­tab­lish­ment, as artists from the city con­tinue to add their own works for ev­ery­one to ap­pre­ci­ate sans any en­trance fee.

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