Since I moved to the metropolitan city of New Delhi, its extemporaneous characteristics
have been reflecting over my thoughts and dominating my inherent obligation.
Over the past few years, its impact has taken the form
of remarkable change in the process of my work.
The conflict between formation and disintegration has created an uncertainty,
rooted in the past few months of self-observation,
that has opened up new ideas and perspectives.
‘Uncertainty: The irony of time’ is an exploration of this idea;
the rusted space is an expression of how morality and legacy have been corrupted to the core.
The abstract architectural structure above it is the irony of time,
a counter reflection which cannot hide the space beneath.