‘When I design a building or space, there are many external constraints to work with, and within. The function of the built space, vision of the client, availability of material and rules and laws that specify what must be done… My art practice allows for a sense of formal freedom, in many ways it begins where architecture ends,’ explained Khosla as we walked through the exhibition. The title itself, 1:2500 references the typical scale of survey maps where even the tiniest gesture of a dot and dash stands for something much larger in real life.
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October - November 2019