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‘From Where all the sweat?’ in Thiruvananthapuram features works by 28 artists


A stroll by means of the six exhibition halls at Amuseum Art Gallery of Modern Art (AGMA) leaves one with many questions and solutions. On show are almost 100 artwork works — work, installations, sculptures and images – by 28 younger, artists from throughout the nation. Titled ‘From Where all the sweat?’, the present is curated by Niranjana Surendran.

Unheard tales

A celebration of artwork in a number of types utilizing a variety of media, the present, in line with Niranjana, has “alternative narratives from different regions of the Indian union, the heard/unheard stories of people from different caste, class and gender backgrounds.” While a few of the concepts are tough to understand for the layperson, one can not however cease and admire the inventive strategy of the artist.  

Rejani SR’s set up, unfold on the ground, is a feminine type, with jute, coir, thread, shells, sand, salt, coconut shell and stick as the components. How the physique decomposes after demise has been succinctly captured by the artist. Sanjib Mondal seems at class dynamics and social disparities, incorporating gold pigment and charcoal on paper. Vibin George has put up a large, advanced paintings, ‘Vaarpu Mathrukakal’, which, on shut examination brings out the brilliance of the artist in utilizing blended media.

Woodcut work by Satyanarayana Gavara

Woodcut work by Satyanarayana Gavara
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Kanan Koteshwar weaves magic with silk thread on pine wooden and river stones. Etching and wooden minimize prints are Satyanarayana Gavara’s forte. Oil on canvas takes a unique dimension in Bansi Dholakiya’s works, whereas Savithri KC splashes water color on handmade cotton rag paper.

Oil on canvas work by Bansi Dholakiya

Oil on canvas work by Bansi Dholakiya
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Dakshayani Chippada’s works might sound easy in its composition and use of hues. They are outstanding reflections on the mundane, particularly the day by day chores, captured brilliantly in ink and paper.

Mixed media on canvas by Raju Baraiya

Mixed media on canvas by Raju Baraiya
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Raju Baraiya’s work, ‘Farmers’ captures folks at work in salt farms. Vivek Das’ set up, ‘Remnants of hope’ utilizing ‘collected and created objects’ is, maybe, a illustration of interior turmoil the artist has gone by means of. He has saved a self-written observe to help the visuals. ‘Encountering’, Harsha Valsan’s placing sculpture in plaster of Paris, brick powder, stone and broom, is about all these girls who refuse to surrender.

'Encountering', a sculpture by Harsha Valsan

‘Encountering’, a sculpture by Harsha Valsan
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Ali Akbar’s images in archival print (‘Thin Shores’) throws up a number of interpretations about type and context. Journalist Daisy Katta has showcased images in her ‘Ramabai series’.

'Equanimity' by Debajyoti Das 

‘Equanimity’ by Debajyoti Das 
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This is the inaugural present of AGMA, an initiative of Amuseum ArtScience a non-profit belief fashioned by a gaggle of artists, scientists, intellectuals and cultural fanatics. Artist Ajit Kumar G, trustee of Amuseum, says the metropolis doesn’t have an unique area for folks to come back and expertise artwork and AGMA needs to fill that hole.

Installation by Rejani S R

Installation by Rejani S R
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Ajit explains that Amuseum is a new-age idea that blends artwork and science. “They have been treated as separate entities for long. We tend to forget that they have one thing in common — creativity. The trust was formed two years ago, just before the pandemic. We have been organising events, many of them on online platforms, since then.”

AGMA is positioned close to Althara Junction, Vellayambalam. There is an entry charge of ₹20.

Besides the gallery, AGMA additionally has a cafeteria and library, which is open for folks to carry small conferences, talks and film screenings.

‘From Where all the sweat?’ is on at AGMA until July 31. Time: 10.30am to 9pm. The gallery is closed on Mondays.



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