This winter the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, launched its new contemporary art space with Ranjani Shettar’s enigmatically titled show Dewdrops and Sunshine. The artist, who lives and works in the rural Shimoga district, Karnataka, and has showed in premier institutions worldwide, is inspired by natural rhythms to create magical and plant like forms. In a conversation with Verve she speaks about her abstract sculptures, floating installations and the illusions in her work....
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