Cerebral Buddha #1

The Cerebral Buddha Series is inspired by the nine Buddhist Stupa structures located across the world, which contain the holy relics of Buddhist monks. The drawings attempt to convey the cerebral aspect of the Buddha. 

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3 By The Half Moon

Youdhisthir Maharjan works with found materials and reclaimed text, engaging in laboriously repetitive and autopoietic processes, to create a new language that transcends their humble origin and takes a new life of its own, independent of its prescribed meaning and

3 By The Half Moon

Youdhisthir Maharjan works with found materials and reclaimed text, engaging in laboriously repetitive and autopoietic processes, to create a new language that transcends their humble origin and takes a new life of its own, independent of its prescribed meaning and

3 By The Half Moon

Youdhisthir Maharjan works with found materials and reclaimed text, engaging in laboriously repetitive and autopoietic processes, to create a new language that transcends their humble origin and takes a new life of its own, independent of its prescribed meaning and

The Promised Land

Sujiths work speaks of the contradictory emotional state that many of us inhabit, of being attracted to something and yet fearing it, as determinate to our choices and beliefs. He sees his own interest in the hundreds of property advertisements

Blue 3

Anupam Roy’s body of work addresses both, the material exploitation of land, as well as the more intangible yet oppressive bureaucratisation, legislation, and politicisation associated with its ownership. His sketches, paintings, banners, and prints juxtapose materials and referents that are

Untitled

P S Jalaja’s works are socially and politically concerned, sensitive responses marked on time from local school of thoughts. Jalaja continuously explores local and global economical, political, racial and religious issues bringing it on her creative spaces, without solutions

Untitled (Gate )

Singh’s work often renders familiar form into insubstantial mirages, challenging its solidity and by extension the fixity of meaning and the intimacy of knowing that it symbolizes. She transforms form into illusions, perceptual hiccups or ethereal surfaces of lace and

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