Time (Constant, Suspended, Collapsed): Neha Vedpathak
October 9, 2021 - January 9, 2022Graphics Gallery
In 2009, Neha Vedpathak invented her signature plucking technique, where she separates the fibers of Japanese hand-made paper using a pushpin. The end result is a lace-like paper that she paints, sews, and collages. This exhibition explores the concept of time and the significance of slow, labor-intensive processes (like her technique) in the age of mass media and digital technology. It also challenges perceptions of time and space in relation to the events of 2020, where the past, present and the future seemed to collapse onto one another.
Graphics Gallery is sponsored by the Founders Society