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What Lies Below
Natural surfaces build up over time. Their very appearance reflects the natural phenomenon that go into their making- weather, geography, geology and the inherent intelligence of each cell within the biological forms of nature-trees, lichens, moss, fungus. These surfaces record the passage of time occurring continuously, steadily over decades oblivious to the many ups and downs of human fortune. They remind us that everything is always in a state of flux, yet they also oblige us to question what really changes.
Oil and acrylic on canvas
- Size: W 61.0 cm x H 77.0 cm
- Medium: Painting
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Nandita Mukand is a Singapore based artist whose practice encompasses sculpture, installation and painting. Her work deals with Nature and Materiality, exploring themes of connection and spirituality from within an urban context . Nandita’s work was most recently exhibited at OpenArt 2017, Orebro Biennale in Sweden and Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Earth at 8Q Singapore Art Museum. She has been awarded artist residencies by the Fundacio L’Olivar in Spain, the Hawkesbury Regional Gallery, Australia and the Bilpin International Ground Creative Initiatives (BigCI), Australia all of which have enabled her to deepen her research into the natural world. Having quit a successful corporate career with Proctor and Gamble to devote herself full-time to art making, Nandita graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (First Class Honours) from Goldsmiths, College of London via LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore. Since then she has been exhibiting actively in Singapore and has also had shows in Australia, Spain and Sweden. Nandita is an alumna of the prestigious Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta and has a degree in Electronics Engineering.View Profile »