Indian contemporary artist rom MSU baroda, print maker working on different mediums.
The trials and tribulations of Indian agriculture, its roles in
contemporary globalization, and its questionable ecological practices
create a foundation for my explorations. By displaying the past and
future of the farm, I have used our land to explore similarities
between commercial agriculture and suburbia, which reveal their
social, cultural and economic impacts locally, nationally and
internationally. Documenting the reality of land and appetite from
agriculture to suburbia, the decisions of our society reveal consumer
models that make us disobedient to our relationship with land and
time. By exhibiting this theater of evolution and loss, I have entered
a historical dialogue of displacement that reveals my part (in
agriculture) in the transformation of family's land and identity.
Through my artwork, I look at these dilemmas which reveal the
impact of the Indian dream on our society and the land as we
transition towards a post agrarian nation.
BFA, MSU Baroda
MFA, MSU Baroda university
Yado ka salaab ( Flood of memories), Gallerie Splash, Gurgaon.