P for Pink, P for Pesticide, P for Poison | 2019
Chinese Ink, Pigment, Watercolour, and Gouache on Wasli Paper
28 x 22.5 in | 71.1 x 57.1 cm (each)
It focuses on the social, political, ethical and environmental implications of the green revolution introduced in the 1960s and 1970s. The project is an interface between art, science, and technology and explores how nature and humans adapt to changing and sometimes hostile environment.
The images pertaining to the microbial world transcend their biological anchor to the phenomenological purpose
of the dark inner lives
of the local inhabitants.