Invisible Corridors

Invisible Corridors

Venue Old GMC Complex
Discipline Special Project
Project by Serendipity Arts Grant
Artists Hrishitonoy Dutta

Date 15 Dec | 16 Dec | 17 Dec | 18 Dec | 19 Dec | 20 Dec | 21 Dec | 22 Dec | 23 Dec
Time 12:00 pm - 12:00 am

Supported by Serendipity Arts Grant, the work Invisible Corridors, a project on animal road kills, attempts an expansion in our perception of space and sentience. The exhibition has come together through the artist’s reflection on the numbness that follows extinction; navigating through co-existing thoughts on loss and ways in which grief is ‘arrived at’ and ‘processed.’
The display for this work, divided in three parts, will be based on reflections from Hrishitonoy Dutta’s primary field research.  Disappearing Act mimics the movement of light on the road, confronting loss; the Grieving Machine is a cold lifeless machine in a constant state of dilemma, both grieving for and causing death. The last work, Highway Hypnosis delves into seemingly mundane recollections that acknowledge the presence of life other than ourselves.
Artist: Hrishitonoy Dutta 
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