Discover the Immateriality in Residue
What is the ‘immaterial’ of material? What happens if you try to “remove” the immaterial that’s usually concealed? Four artists, at a group show in Kolkata, have attempted to explore the Immateriality in Residue through sculpture, drawing, installation and assemblage. From their various creations, the artists uncover form and value, and residual afterlife.
Ayesha Sultana has a postgraduate diploma in art education from the Beaconhouse National University, Lahore where she has also taught for two years. She lives and works in Dhaka.
Gyan Panchal was born in Paris, France. He uses everyday items to create sculptures and installations, and his artworks have been displayed in France and India.
Prabhakar Pachpute belonged to a family of coalminers, and graduated with a degree in fine arts in 2009. He uses his art – drawings, sculptures and installations – to illustrate his experiences and observations about the coal mining industry.
Sanchayan Ghosh creates site-specific installations that explore community based relationships through artistic gestures. The artist lives and works in Shantiniketan.
Immateriality in Residue is on display at Experimenter, Kolkata (2/1, Hindusthan Rd, Dover Terrace, Ballygunge) until December 26, 2015.
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