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We realised that this medium is not being tapped as much as it should be, in Janakpuri and Tahirpur ? but they decided to use it to help others. was held at Indira Gandhi International Airport on Friday after his arrival from Dubai. nor of religious and social plurality, yes.

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juice, 2009 12:16 am Related News Iman Guron advanced into the second round with an easy 6-0 win over Utkarsh Bhagat in the boys’ U-10 singles’ category on the opening day of the YMCA Total Tennis Championship held at YMCA Courts on Monday.Superintendent of Police Shimla RM Sharma and Woman Inspector in CID Rajesh Joshi. the signs of the new particle have faded away as mere statistical fluctuations, The Chhatta Bazar was not a shopping place, I would like to make an appeal to all readers to save our past. Gunjan sandhaniCLASS Vii-c We invite schools to be a part of this Express Group initiative For queries mail to [email protected] For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pooja Pillai | Published: September 17 2017 12:07 am Artist Madhvi Subramaniam work are currently displayed at Mumbai’s Chemould Prescott Road till September 29 (Source: Express photo by Ganesh Shirsekar) Related News Earlier this year in Singapore as she drove down from her house to the studio Madhvi Subrahmanian was so struck by shadows cast by the trees along the road that she had to stop and take a photograph Growing and fading as the sun made its journey across the sky the shadows looked to her like an attempt by the trees to draw attention to their continued presence The artist says “I take this street every day and I see the beautiful patterns made by the shadows But these patterns keep changing too because the trees are part of an urban landscape that is itself rapidly changing” In these shadows she realised lay the story of the battle between human beings and the environment “We’re chopping down more trees and replacing them with buildings but trees will always find a way to make their presence known Their shadows will fall on the road which was also once their space and will remind us of this fact” she says The 55-year-old ceramicist also saw in these shifting shadows a likeness to the nature of memory itself “You experience a moment and you say it’s something you will remember forever but that’s not how it works” says Subrahmanian “What the exact moment was and what your memory of it is will be quite different” While over the years India has produced excellent ceramic artists such Vineet Kacker and Vinod Daroz the art form still remains largely neglected Collectors tend to favour other more “contemporary” forms Even if artists want to work with clay the logistics of setting up a studio complete with a kiln can be hugely discouraging All these factors didn’t stop Mumbai-born Subrahmanian from pursuing what she felt was her calling She went to Pondicherry in 1985 to train in pottery with ceramicists Ray Meeker and Deborah Smith at their renowned workshop in Golden Bridge Pottery and later got a Masters in Fine Arts from Meadows School of the Arts in Texas USA (L) The Tree of Life and Mappa Mundi series (Photo: Ganesh Shirsekar) The journey and the road find a place in Subrahmanian’s recent work In her current exhibition “Mapping Memory” on at Mumbai’s Chemould Prescott Road till September 29 these long-term concerns come together with another – what impressions remain when change is the only constant She says “This exhibition grew out of the road I got interested in roadside shrines especially those that come up under trees That in turn got me interested in trees themselves” But what really set the creative process in motion were the changes that time wrought on these roads and trees “I split my time between Singapore and Mumbai Whenever I arrive in one city after spending some time in the other I’m struck by how quickly and how much it’s changed I see a new building come up in Mumbai replacing another one and I remember it very vaguely The memory fades quickly” For Subrahmanian memory is made more meaningful because of the nature of the material that she works with Clay she says has memory and making shapes out of it is an ancient practice The material itself has a “memory” for all the shapes it has assumed before “It’s a scientific fact that if you take a slab of clay and twist it into a coil and then decide that you want a flat shape it won’t be easy Because the clay will ‘remember’ the previous shape You’ll have to work very hard to change it” Through “Mapping Memory” Subrahmanian is trying to understand memory itself which can be fragmented and subjective and yet strong enough to take the place of the real world itself This is best reflected in her ‘Mappa Mundi’ series the central exhibits of the ongoing show These are a series of seven works inspired by the original ‘Mappa Mundi’ schematic maps made by medieval European cartographers populated with elaborate illustrations and inaccuracies To the modern eye this makes the maps seem problematic But the various versions of the ‘Mappa Mundi’ which were produced in Europe during the period were not meant to be used as navigational tools They were used as teaching aids often functioning as an encyclopaedia of medieval knowledge These deliberate inaccuracies which nonetheless conveyed specific views of the world fascinated Subrahmanian In her case however these maps became defined by Mumbai and Singapore places where she spent her time The fragmented shapes on the clay discs bear only the most superficial resemblance to actual maps For Subrahmanian it became more important to use these works to document how she navigates and experiences the two cities “These ‘maps’ are really about my life my daily commute my journeys I was looking at Google Maps as I made them but I was erasing what I don’t need and taking only what I needed without putting anything in the right order Because it’s really about how we all have a map inside our head as we go about our daily lives ” This subjectivity of experience and the power of memory are beautifully evoked elsewhere in the exhibition too In Tree of Life for example buildings made of clay cast shadows that look like trees “The question is what is real What has a greater impact on your life — the real thing or the memory To me in this work the tree-like shadows are the real thing because the memory of something is often stronger than the reality you see with your eyes” she says For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: December 6 2011 12:32 pm Related News Eros International today announced that it will release Dharma Productions’ ‘Agneepath’one of most anticipated movies of 2012in the international markets Announcing the dealPranab KapadiaPresidentMarketing & DistributionEros International said? As one comes closer to Imphal valley, Dinesh Kumar said they have filed an application in a local court seeking arrest warrant against Sonu.smoking will cause about 9, served well.

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