Month: November 2016

Tech meets art!



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Interactive installation

This artwork is envisioned for the one year celebrations of T Hub and portrays the technological advancement in general. A continuous progress with incessant empirical growth and with a strong commitment to reach another milestone in the field of technology is depicted through this piece of art.

The fundamental idea of this work of art is freedom to explore newer realms of knowledge systems through self reliance, experimentation and everlasting expedition in search of new realms.

The sculpture is created using the basic forms inspired by wind wheels, particularly influenced by the concept of union and creation of nature and decentralization of energy. I believe, through the very decentralization of energy, exploration of knowledge from various fields is possible. Thus, I consider this assemblage as an epitome of speed that was advocated by futuristic artistic tradition and the importance and inevitability of machine in normal day life. The laser cut wings which are attached to two-dimensional torso and the artnouveau design, a style of decorative art inspired by innate forms and characterized by curvilinear designs show the amazing feeling of the freedom. Upon the torso, small pixels which gradually transform into illuminating stars show the success of software and the motherboards in the rare to indicate the significance of hardware. The ‘Head’ signifies perception and witnesses the process of acquiring eternal knowledge through the perception. The endless cruise towards absolute goal.