This work was part of the show Homing curated by Deeksha Nath at Gallery Art Positive, New Delhi, India (2014)
Size: 6’x 6’x 7’
Materials: Photo prints on MDF wood walls, sound loop (a monologue)
A digital photo work, part of the project Artists and the City, by Timeout Delhi Magazine (2013)
Series of photo installations based on the photo documentation of migrant workers from the metropolitan street corners waiting for day’s work. The scene on these street corners has much to reveal behind it. Where do they come from, where do they live, and what do they earn? Does it indicate anything on the source condition of the migration and is scale?
These works Trapped are reframed from the installation Cosmopolitan Strangers as part of the project Hotel De Inmigrantes – Cosmopolitan Stranger, curated by Tomasz Wendland and Koen Vanmechelen, an International art project, a parallel event Manifesta 9 at Hasselt, Belgium (2012)
A photo work, stitched with 14 individual images, part of the show Zones of Contact: Propositions on the Museum, at KNMA, Noida (2013)
Below: Cosmopolitan Strangers as part of the project Hotel De Inmigrantes – Cosmopolitan Stranger, curated by Tomasz Wendland and Koen Vanmechelen, an International art project, a parallel event Manifesta 9 at Hasselt, Belgium (2012)
Above: Performance at the event by fellow artists Andrzej Wasilewski and Akihiro Hirano
Size: 100 Cms x 905 Cms
Material: Digital print on archival paper
These works were part of the group show Roti Kapada Makaan (Bread, cloth, shelter), Ojas Art, New Delhi (2012)
We Want Roses Too Size: 96” x 96” x 25” Materials: Steel, biscuits, cloth, etc.
Lunch Size: 60” x 30” Material: Digital print
Pro-seed, a solo project at Mumbai Art Room, Mumbai (2012)
A shape made out of waste wood to comfort a new plant to be a great tree. A conceptual work, an imagination to see the plant grow and evolve with time, in different seasons, different weather and so on. It is assumed that unexpected visitors may take a picture of this tree at different times and post it on a dedicated blog. At Art Omi International Artists Residency, New York (2011)