MARTAND KHOSLA X GUNJAN GUPTA
‘Chairity Starts at Home’ are 24 small chair objects that reflect the world and its structures while reimagining seats. The work primarily uses brass and brick dust in a fun collaboration. The fun is further extended to the names, such as sofa-ltu, ek do teen chair, and in a bad mooda, etc.
PUNEET KAUSHIK x AYUSH KASLIWAL
Making a political statement through a chair, Take’ me’ has all the elements of a functional object but is disoriented in a way that it no longer performs its functions, and mocks its own existence. The chair is made of embroidered beads on canvas, wood, cast metal, synthetic fur, and natural wood - signifying the variety of people and institutions that constitute India. Its bold red signals the soreness and the warnings that the situation needs to change.
VALAY GADA x MANDEEP NAGI
The Anchorite’s Armchair: A Seat for the Soul is an artwork that reflects the tension between the often harsh reality of life and the delicacy of the internal spiritual journey. Made of brass, mild steel, cotton, fabric, gold foil and beads, the marriage of the strength of metal and the softness of fabric recreates the inevitable tensions of modern urban life and the sublime solitude craved by the soul.
GR IRANNA x KLOVE
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