Parul Gupta
#76
Year: 2020
Medium: Ink on Archival Paper
Size: 53.5 X 39.5 Inches
Edition: Unique
Image Courtesy: Artist
Available: Yes

Artwork Description

Parul Gupta works around the subject of architectural spaces by countering the question of perception, of how a particular place/ space informs the way we see. How a spatial intervention changes our perception of each individual space, as well our perception of ourselves in that space. For Gupta, drawing reflects a series of concerns prompted by repetitive action both fueled by internal (somatic & psychic) and external (drawing & environment) phenomena simultaneously. While making repetitive patterns using the line as form, the artist engages her mind and body as a machine – moving in a methodical, rhythmical motion- mind in a confined space, while the body aided by two tools (pen & ruler) that while making the straight line endures the pain, heightened by the awareness of the self, the surface and the activity.

This artwork description has been sourced from Artville Academy Artist of the Day feature on Parul Gupta.

About Artist

Parul Gupta, born in 1980, holds a B.Com from Delhi University and received an M.F.A. from Nottingham Trent University. She has exhibited at solo shows at the India Habitat Centre (2012), and has participated in multiple group shows, including Khoj International Artist’s Association (2013), Cona Alternative Space (2013), and the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (2011)64. Parul Gupta lives and works in Noida, UP.

This artist bio has been sourced from Artville Academy Artist of the Day feature on Parul Gupta .

#76
#76
  • Dimensions
    53.5 X 39.5 Inches
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