Chrysallis ‘B’

Rohini Devasher’s artistic practice explores the interface between the underlying laws and processes, which govern growth and form in biological and physical systems and their mirroring in the digital domain. Standing at the threshold of art, science and fiction, her

Chrysallis ‘A’

Rohini Devasher’s artistic practice explores the interface between the underlying laws and processes, which govern growth and form in biological and physical systems and their mirroring in the digital domain. Standing at the threshold of art, science and fiction, her

Naughty Nighty at Night

Venkanna locates the medium of drawing as an appropriate idiom via which he can articulate his artistic concerns. Further, his ‘self’ and ‘body’ serve as the central trope to express this. He neither poses himself as an objective observer nor

Self Portrait (With Closed Pins)

Sonia Jose is interested in working with objects, media and materials that raise questions about issues like value, ownership, identity – both personal and collective -, the past and the present.

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Freemithu 53

In her works, Mithu Sen contrasts scale, subject and even genre to give life to her remarkable imagination. Installations and paintings are an important part of Sen’s oeuvre. She works spontaneously in both genres – one mark or symbol leading

Rich Deposits 3

Conceptually, Savia Mahajan embarks on a journey that explores the ‘in-between’ state that rests between the eternal polarities of life and death. She plays with the idea of the universality of the ‘liminal’ space that transcends religion and exists as

Rich Deposits 2

Conceptually, Savia Mahajan embarks on a journey that explores the ‘in-between’ state that rests between the eternal polarities of life and death. She plays with the idea of the universality of the ‘liminal’ space that transcends religion and exists as

Unit Object (Block Construct)

Seher Shah’s work navigates the many permutations of personal and historical collective spatial memory through powerful graphic constructions. Trained as an architect, she starts with her own detailed drawings and then combines these with other types of imagery, both diagrammatic