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February 19 - March 28
An exhibition that attempts to explore the extension of image-based practices through materiality and technique.
Curated by Rahul Kumar
The curatorial framework for this exhibition is two pronged: conceptual & emotional reference to the idea of desolate, and exploring the genre of image-based art.
With the advent of the COVD-19 pandemic, humanity has experienced isolation like never before. But what does solitary mean to us?
Does it imply a sense of freedom, or does it evoke loneliness?
Does it infer hierarchy, or is it about a feeling of being left-out?
Does it mean strength in standing tall, or does it encourage looking inward?
Selected early to mid-career artists from all across the country react to this impression in their own ways.
All the practices included in this show are also bound by the use of photography as an element in their works. There are photographers who present images on the idea and notion of desolate itself. And then there are artists who merely use image as a component in their work. The exhibition attempts to explore this extension of image-based practices through materiality (variety of surfaces to print images), as also the techniques used in the process of producing the works.