Main / Solo Art Exhibitions
Delta Wharf Studios- Climate and Conflict- 2019
Somerset House- Kings College- Light Late 2019
Imperial College Festival May 2018
Greenovate Festival October 2018
Natural History Museum 2016- Colour and Vision
Tate Modern, London 2015 -Light & Dark Matters
Natural History, Museum 2015 -Science Uncovered
Science Museum, London, 2015
Royal Society London, 2015- International Year of Light
Gallery Escape, New Delhi, 2013
Oriental Art Fair, Piccadilly, London 2010
Air Gallery London 2009
Palace Wharf Studios 2008
Art@42 gallery London 2006 ( Solo)
Indar Pasricha Gallery London 2006 (Solo)
Tehelka, Asia House London 2006
Norwich Gallery, Norwich, East 2005
Branchville Gallery Connecticut, 2004
Klink and Bank Art Space, Iceland, 2004
Victoria & Albert Museum, London -Affordable Housing 2004
The Millennium Gallery, London, September 2003
Message to India, British Council, Delhi, Bombay, Jaipur 2002
Exhibition, Mare Street Studios, London, 2001
Lift Gallery London, 2000 ( Solo)
Goldsmith's MA final, London, 1999
Centre Point Gallery, London, 1999
Angel Spaces, London, 1989
Touring Exhibition Ikon Gallery, UK, 1989-1990
Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, 1989
Gallery at the United Nations, Geneva, 1987
Gallery Chausse Coqs, Geneva, 1987
Maison Fiasco, Geneva, 1986
Centre D’art Contemporain, Geneva, 1986
Sri Nakhariwirot University, (Solo), Bangkok, 1981
My works deploy a language of visual force across disciplines, including sculpture, painting, installation, collage, poetry, and photography.
My long-standing interest in Eastern philosophy (namely Advaita Vedanta), cosmology, and the environment has led to a quasi gesamtkunstwerk practice in which the artwork is the result of deep meditation on the human relationship to all the three disciples. These themes in my work, are expressed using poetic language to describe how the body/mind experience relates to our immediate environment and the wider cosmos.
My research has led me to collaborate with scientists and environmentalists. More so in the past six years when I developed several installations works often including an interactive process, conveying the urgency of the continuing environmental destruction.
The aspect of our nature that has led societies everywhere to become more and more crowded in ideas or concepts, images or images of stuff, is designed to go on increasing exponentially. My artwork tries to organise this ever-expanding inflation of images, information, and the material/stuff that is generated, through collage, drawing, and sometimes three-dimensional objects, giving new meaning to the lack of coherence that has been perpetuated. This rearrangement of discarded materials and pointillistic drawing conveys new images proposing a new order which tries to make sense of the chaos. The introspective drawing and sculptural work, made of a variety of mostly discarded materials, make new alliances.
We have become masters of our immediate environment without having mastered the intimacy of its complexities. The question continually being asked is of perceived reality and the meanings of its materiality and nature. I am concerned with the possibilities of where human perception and experience really transpire and how we can truly lay to rest many of the mythologies created by the political isms including the latest technologically capitalist consumer society. How can we regain new ways of relating to nature and its materiality? Can we regain a relationship to a whole sublime reality or is the world as defined by scientific research, entirely aggregate but also inter-related?