SHOR, JUNE 2022
There is a sense of belonging and liberation that lies in the process of creation. It is this process, thought and the enigma of our daily lives that makes art relatable. Bringing forward the characteristic of relatability is essential, in order to make art accessible not only in terms of materiality but also subjectively. Through ‘Shor’ we celebrate the art of expression across various mediums. Because it is through stories, that we can live through lifetimes!
LOST IN MAIZE, 2022
This is an ongoing series, takes on the importance of 'Bhutta' or Corn and stories that come along with it. Between the paradox of being whole, with every cell being different. In a city on a rainy day or in a field of maize with summer winds against our face, Bhunna-Bhutta heightened our senses. To be a part of the Lost in Maize exhibit, submit your corn story below.
BETWEEN OBJECTS AND ROUTINE, 2021
Lying around over a heap of metal, I found comfort alongside those like me. Watching over people, passing by, leaving more like me. I swear we were all different, at least from what I have heard around here. Yet, we stand at the finish line together, all like me. Picked up, put together, we did make more sense. Episode by episode we made it till the end.