The Art Gallery That Stopped Vallery
Year: 2017
Medium: Digital Print on Matt Paper
Size: 21 x 26 Inches
Edition: 1/5
Available: No

Artwork Description

Swati’s work, ‘The Art Gallery that Stopped Vallery’ is described in context with the help of a small poem written by Swati. It goes as, “Vallery one day while tunneling through objects through huge cosmic retrospects encountered a strange wall. The wall called herself Gallery, Gallery,bitten by time,now a thousand years ago compelled Vallery to stay. Vallery tried to learn the order that gallery had midway. Of doors and windows embellished or not, of socio-political-economic-cultural orders followed or not. She was amazed to see objects walking through time, Of memories embodied in art and science. Vallery seemed to extend her compliance, Mesmerized by the identities and sense of space she could offer the people. Then one day, She looked at herself nothing than a container trapped in time, she decided to liberate by kissing the paradigm. Gallery saw the physics, Vallery saw it too, Gallery trespassed, won’t you pass too?”

About Artist

Swati attained her Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture (B.Arch.) from Lokmanya Tilak Institute of Architecture and Design Studies, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India (2016) after completing her education from Thakur College of Science, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India (2011) and Dr. S. Radhakrishnan Vidyalaya, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India (2009). She has participated in Council of Architecture (COA) National Institute of Advanced Studies in Architecture (NIASA) – Awards Programme for Excellence in Architectural Thesis, Pune, India (2016), HUDCO trophy at The National Association of Students of Architecture (NASA India), Chennai, India (2015) and many more. She has also participated in a group show at Bartart (Barter + ART) Pop up titled “Menu of an Architect” (2014). She won 1st place in The Scrap Metal competition at The National Association of Student of Architecture (NASA India), Chennai, India (2015) and was awarded the 361 Degree Student Fellowship Programme, Mumbai, India (2014)

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The Art Gallery That Stopped Vallery
  • Dimensions
    21 x 26 Inches