Who am I? How do I understand myself? In what means does my experience drape my identity? What units my behaviour, thought course of and character other than others? Does my ethnic heritage and faith play a job in shaping my view? Does my identity alter with my life’s experiences? How do these discover root in my art?
Forum Art Gallery, Adyar presents ‘Identity and Experience’, an art exhibition that delves into the way in which how particular person experiences and perceptions are knotted in shaping one’s personal identity. The exhibition showcases the works of in style artists exploring notions of identity based mostly on their experience to convey a myriad of ideas that elucidated the sacred, reverend and the earthly.
Recent work and sculptures of artists A V Ilango, Biswajit Balasubramanian, Ok Muralidharan, M Senapathi, Manisha Raju, Nirmala Biluka, R Sundararaju, Santhosh Kotagiri, Shalini Biswajit Thejomaye Menon and sculptor P Elanchezhiyan are exhibited in small format. The works of those artists are captivated by an odd subtlety and indirectness in the way in which they bind experience and identity make them excellent.
Renowned painter A V Ilango’s works has at all times been an interpretation of his private experiences. The endearing characters portrayed in cartoonist’s Biswajit Balasubramanian’s sketches are layered with a contact of humour, which populated his works whereas Ok Muralidharan realized the significance of making work that mirrored his experiences taken from his personal soil. To him, Goddess merely represents the ability of girls due to this fact it matches for deification. According to M Senapathi the dynamics of relationships are by no means static and it modifications as life’s experiences develop. Drawing on the imagery and oral traditions of the epic tales, fables and Hindu mythology make his works impressionable.
In the works of Manisha Raju, meditation is portrayed as a type of discovering one’s interior reality. Nirmala Biluka finds expression within the female forces of nature thought to be sacred and spiritual within the type of native village deities.
The artist R Sundararaju lean in direction of his native environment to glorify the frequent lady, an earthy being with divine attributes. A language that mixed script and imagery marked his signature model. Santhosh Kotagiri outlined his characters based mostly on the imagery that appeared first in deep sleep which had a surreal really feel that was true to himself.The gods and goddesses that had been projections of his nocturnal mindscape floated as celestial beings amid flora that transported them to a different realm of actuality.
Shalini Biswajit’s work experiences had been articulated in visible phrases and had been bathed in colors and metaphors that traced her spiritual journey as a seeker of the last word reality of the self. Thejomaye Menon was deeply influenced by Kannappan Nayanar and tales from Shiva Purana. The artist unravelled the imageries of Lord Krishna and Lord Shiva utilizing symbolic references. Drawing inspiration from childhood, the aesthetics provided by bronze stays P Elanchezhiyan’s foremost precedence seamlessly combining the universality of nature and tradition.
The exhibition at Forum Art Gallery, Adyar will come to finish on 21 December. For extra particulars, contact at 044 42115596
(Written by Heera Ramesh)