TUNE THE PORTRAITS - DAISY CHAIN
"There will be change because all the military have are guns." Aung San Suu Kyi
In 2010, whilst working towards a Burmese arts event in London, one of us had a dream where after nearly five decades of brutal military rule there was a sudden, irreversible movement in Burma for peaceful change instigated by people power. Then, it was just a dream. In 2012, we sat in London’s Royal Festival Hall watching the leader of Burma’s democratic movement Aung San Suu Kyi speak to a crowd of followers not only outside the walls of her famous house-come-prison in Burma’s main city Rangoon, but, for the first time in over two decades, beyond the borders of her enslaved nation for whose freedom she has fought for so long. Can we dare to hope that the dream could become reality?