• Spring 2021 Gallery

     Selections from the works uploaded on Emergent Art Space during Spring 2021

                                                                                                              
    The Pusher
    Mixed recycled scrap metal

    George Mubanga

    Lusaka, Zambia

    An Interrogative Element
    G.I. wire, paper maché, glue

    Samya Raha

    Berhampore, West Bengal , India

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    An interrogative element is a form of question about the social identity of a human being. We are always trying to create our identity, depending on some objects like a dress. And we are creating the identity as, what is the male dress? Or what is the female dress? I am questioning that social phenomenon.

    Void space inside the work helps create curiosity about this element. So this artwork would build a sense of the transformation of social knowledge to a form of a question. And the material also helps: papier mache has a transformation quality.

    The Death Alarm
    Ink and watercolour on paper

    Anirban Mishra

    Kolkata, India

    The Song of Suffering
    Ink and watercolour on paper

    Anirban Mishra

    Kolkata, India

    From the Barren Land
    Watercolor on recycled handmade paper

    Upayan Bardhan

    Chennai, India

    Atardece
    Acrílico sobre madera

    Pablo Robleda

    Rosario, Argentina

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    Acrílico sobre madera

    Pablo Robleda

    Rosario, Argentina

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    Obsequio para el teatro ''Caras y caretas'' de Rosario
    Did You See?
    Acrylic on canvas board

    Debajit Rudra Paul

    Agartala, India

    Broken Fence
    Acrylic on canvas

    Debajit Rudra Paul

    Agartala, India

    Robot Girl
    Digital art

    Rayo del Soul

    Watts, California, United States

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    My reimagining of Erykah Badu's album cover, 'New Amerykah Part II"
    Frost and Sun
    Oil on canvas

    Helena Kellerberg

    Voidland, Bosnia And Herzegowina

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    The soul of the cold places of the Earth, where Snow can hurt your hands, and the Sun every day deceives you with bright light, making you think that it has become warmer.

    Maqam-e-Posh
    Photograph

    Sadia Noreen

    Sargodha, Pakistan

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    This artwork shows the situation of Covid 19.
    Sufism Culture of Pakistan
    Photograph

    Sadia Noreen

    Sargodha, Pakistan

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    This artwork represents purity and peace. I have used drapery (Sindhi Ajrak) which represents our Sindhi culture.
    Bhuj
    Digitally modified photograph

    Shyamolie Madhavji

    Mumbai, India

    The Sensation of Absence
    G.I. wire, paper maché, glue, earth color

    Samya Raha

    Berhampore, West Bengal , India

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    The 'Sensation of Absence' was created by altering a form of the real object: constructed by geometrical forms and transformative material. It is a process of translation from my unconsciousness to materialize the world.

    Peas
    Digitally modified photograph

    Shyamolie Madhavji

    Mumbai, India

    Young Love
    Charcoal and acrylic on canvas

    Daudi Yves

    Lusaka, Zambia

    Las Sobrinas
    Charcoal on paper

    Rayo del Soul

    Watts, California, United States

    Economic Crisis
    Charcoal and acrylic on paper

    Daudi Yves

    Lusaka, Zambia

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    STATUS: AVAILABLE
    Many discussions have been made about the way forward in controlling the economy.
    Blue color: waterfalls  |  Brown color: copper  |  Yellow and black cracks: the unheard voice of those who seek change  |  Green color: the great forest.
    Two bags on the left and one on right show the unbalanced currency in Zambia, between dollars and kwacha. This wouldn't be a big problem, but it is when we want to buy imported goods. The bag of kwacha is pushed up because it's worth less than the bag of dollars.
    Should we hope for the best from the Government or should we do something about it and continue to put our voices together?. #currency #economiccrisis #daudiartist
    African Boy Soldier
    Charcoal and graphite pencils

    Mhelepu Shillingi

    Dar es salaam, Tanzania, United Republic Of

    Broken Mirror
    Charcoal and graphite pencils

    Mhelepu Shillingi

    Dar es salaam, Tanzania, United Republic Of

    Domestic Scare
    Water colour, pen and ink on paper

    Kousani Basu

    Kolkata, India

    In Search of Vision
    Watercolour, pen and ink on paper

    Samiran Dey

    Kolkata, India

    The dynamic way
    Watercolour,pen and ink on paper

    Samiran Dey

    Kolkata, India

    Migration
    Wood ash, burnt charcoal, ceramic clay (Installation)

    Sarika Kumari

    Jamalpur, Bihar, India

    Imagination Window & Curtain
    Acrylic and burnt wood dust on paper

    Sarika Kumari

    Jamalpur, Bihar, India

    Ritual
    4K video

    Paulius Sliaupa

    Ghent, Belgium

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    Ritual introduces an alternative fragile relationship with the world. The character, dressed in a gentle protective suit moves slowly in an empty field surrounded by vertical branch drawings that remind of human figures and archaic structures. She adapts and nurtures an alternative society that has the potential to become a forest. By performing rituals she shapes her new relationship with the environment. Performed by Elia Claessen. Music developed by Suzan Peeters.

    Thank you to all of the artists who uploaded their art this Spring.
    Stay tuned for the Summer 2021 Gallery!