Museum of Religious Freedom

Art direction and design for the virtual museum which was imagined as an inclusive space for archiving, learning, and critically reflecting on the complex histories and contemporary concerns relating to the freedom of religion or belief in Sri Lanka. The museum was designed to capture the rich textures and sensory details of religious life, history, and coexistence in Sri Lanka. It also aims to encourage further learning, reflection and informed conversation on the tensions, violence, and enduring institutional constraints and faultlines that continue to hinder religious freedom and harmony in the island.

This museum is supported by The Intercultural Innovation Award

Thilini Perera
︎ Multidisciplinary designer
︎Colombo, Sri Lanka