As an artist, I feel I am an unmissable member of the society and contributor to the documentation and evolution of cultures, not just in India but globally too. I certainly feel like giving justice to my role in society. Art of re-discovery is one of the process of my art practice. Through my work series I try to document current human, his behaviour and violence across India. Capturing different hard situations which human goes through in this 21st century in India/ world. Man has assumed that he is different and superior and that his brain is more powerful than other animals. Also, industrial revolution and modernity have apparently brought humankind to the centre of the creation. In the last few decades, the process of globalization has only added to this. The immense advancement in information technology has led to the fragmentation of human persona. The uproar in the community has increased; competitive jealousy has led to increments in violence. Gradually, the man has become more self-centred. All of this is affecting the life of the human, and it is certain that the result will be the loss of a human being. Many forms of violence stand before us in view of the events that take place in our society. As a society we are becoming more and more violent. I relate my pictures is my response to this increasing violence. The daily living conditions of Human’s in India is an outline story of my drawing and painting. The kind of situations an Indian go through each day. I observe and try to research on India’s daily living conditions. Struggles of human beings for survivals. In this struggle how each human is losing its Identity and becoming self-cantered and more and more violent. Untouchability in India is a still a measure issue in smaller towns. My work documents various forms of untouchability in the ongoing society. Racism, I have witness the coming back of the caste based segregations
in the society that underlines the critical view of Dalit theorizing based on Dr. Ambedkar’s formulation of ‘graded inequality’. The case of the various shades of violence that almost give the binding glue for the urban spaces anywhere in the world. Questions of marginal communities, migrants, poverty. All these various issues in our society and the human who is at the centre of it constantly upsets me. The rapidly changing society and the changing forms of violence make me uncomfortable. It always has disturbs the artists inside me. In my previous works are predominantly comprise of drawings with monochromatic palette, interjections with curious objects such as paper pieces, bone like objects carefully created out of pulp and so on. Through my work I am
depicting societies with versatile creative portraits of humans and living beings. The study of the human body ranges from anatomical, historical, and spiritual to artistically abstract. Similarly, to looking through an ultrasound scanner, we see right under their skin. Behind all the glitter and glamour, I believe there is an underlying thread of violence that functions as the internal dynamics. Violence, as careful eyes could discern in my works.