Nidhi Khurana is an Indian artist and educator based in New Delhi. Her studio work takes the form of drawings, textiles, carpets, prints, artist books, and sculptures to reflect upon the role of the human within nature.
In her recent works, she explores her relationship with the natural world by mapping her experiences as cyclical graphs of time, inspired by the diversity in cognitive approaches such as the Australian aboriginal dreamtime, the Mappaemundi, the yatra (pilgrimage) maps, representations from Islamic cosmological diagrams and illuminated manuscripts. Nidhi uses natural dyes, 24-carat gold and silver, handmade paper and silk to document her experience of the world.
She has been a part of many group exhibitions namely, Breathing Through shifting Scapes, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai; Every 100 Feet The World Changes, Braunschweig, Germany; Mapping Frontiers, Goethe- Zentrum, Kalakriti Art Gallery, Hyderabad; Fibers Fables, Weavers Gallery, The Stainless Gallery, New Delhi.
Harsha Durugadda is a conceptual artist who works with multiple media, like sculptures, performance art and site-specific, large scale installations; at times employing the use of audio or light in his sculptural practices. He encourages the audience to touch, smell and hear his engaging works in which found objects such as metal, stone, juliflora wood and automobile tyres make an appearance.
Subodh Kerkar (b.1959) is a Goan painter, sculptor, and installation artist. He is also the founder of Museum of Goa. A qualified medical professional, he gave up medicine to pursue the arts. Experimenting and exploring the potential of different mediums, Kerkar has been practicing art since over three decades.
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