Transforming Realities Exhibition- Art Positive

Transforming Realities

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Curator's Note

Transforming Realities


Dreams, desires, fantasies, and memories act as fissures in the foundation of our realities. The act of existence is distressed by such impulses. In addition, the impact of a multitude of socio-political events both on a global and national scale have brought the importance of our immediate surroundings to the fore, leaving the human figure lost in the background, consumed by his own reality. These interruptions sometimes slip away and create a tear in our perceived realities. 


Today many of the artists are addressing the changes and snag created and faced by us which is becoming a part of our reality.  Some are working the issue of the loss of flora and fauna from the surrounding and witnessing the radical changes in the cityscape. Some may narrate the adaptive nature of people who are facing the current economic and social challenges with courage and creativity. Oscillating between microscopic to panoramic views of reality with both abstract and figurative elements we may bring references from alternative dwellings, careful use of natural resources, renewable energy, humane migration policies, a fairer global distribution of wealth, and protest movements among the middle classes. 

 

Dreams, desires, fantasies, and memories act as fissures in the foundation of our realities. The act of existence is distressed by such impulses. In addition, the impact of a multitude of socio-political events both on a global and national scale have brought the importance of our immediate surroundings to the fore, leaving the human figure lost in the background, consumed by his own reality. These interruptions sometimes slip away and create a tear in our perceived realities. 


Today many of the artists are addressing the changes and snag created and faced by us which is becoming a part of our reality.  Some are working the issue of the loss of flora and fauna from the surrounding and witnessing the radical changes in the cityscape. Some may narrate the adaptive nature of people who are facing the current economic and social challenges with courage and creativity. Oscillating between microscopic to panoramic views of reality with both abstract and figurative elements we may bring references from alternative dwellings, careful use of natural resources, renewable energy, humane migration policies, a fairer global distribution of wealth, and protest movements among the middle classes. 

 

Dreams, desires, fantasies, and memories act as fissures in the foundation of our realities. The act of existence is distressed by such impulses. In addition, the impact of a multitude of socio-political events both on a global and national scale have brought the importance of our immediate surroundings to the fore, leaving the human figure lost in the background, consumed by his own reality. These interruptions sometimes slip away and create a tear in our perceived realities. 


Today many of the artists are addressing the changes and snag created and faced by us which is becoming a part of our reality.  Some are working the issue of the loss of flora and fauna from the surrounding and witnessing the radical changes in the cityscape. Some may narrate the adaptive nature of people who are facing the current economic and social challenges with courage and creativity. Oscillating between microscopic to panoramic views of reality with both abstract and figurative elements we may bring references from alternative dwellings, careful use of natural resources, renewable energy, humane migration policies, a fairer global distribution of wealth, and protest movements among the middle classes. 

 

Dreams, desires, fantasies, and memories act as fissures in the foundation of our realities. The act of existence is distressed by such impulses. In addition, the impact of a multitude of socio-political events both on a global and national scale have brought the importance of our immediate surroundings to the fore, leaving the human figure lost in the background, consumed by his own reality. These interruptions sometimes slip away and create a tear in our perceived realities. 


Today many of the artists are addressing the changes and snag created and faced by us which is becoming a part of our reality.  Some are working the issue of the loss of flora and fauna from the surrounding and witnessing the radical changes in the cityscape. Some may narrate the adaptive nature of people who are facing the current economic and social challenges with courage and creativity. Oscillating between microscopic to panoramic views of reality with both abstract and figurative elements we may bring references from alternative dwellings, careful use of natural resources, renewable energy, humane migration policies, a fairer global distribution of wealth, and protest movements among the middle classes. 

Vijay sharma

4 ARTWORKS

Binoy varghese

4 ARTWORKS

Farhad hussain

2 ARTWORKS

George martin pj

6 ARTWORKS

Venkat bothsa

9 ARTWORKS

Subodh kerkar

4 ARTWORKS

Pratul dash

1 ARTWORKS

Birendra pani

2 ARTWORKS

Manil rohit

1 ARTWORKS

Sujata bajaj

1 ARTWORKS

Vinita karim

3 ARTWORKS

Suraj kumar kashi

2 ARTWORKS

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