falling light in liminal spaces
'Delightfully authentic and beautiful'
'Falling Light in Liminal Spaces', explores our migratory lives spent increasingly on the move. The work lives in the spaces that we pass through, spaces that move, adapt and evolve across time, just as our bodies do, creating an environment that is in constant flux.
We move with the space and the space moves through us, as we cut across space, pierce tranquil landscapes, pile land on land, create a rhythm of building, demolishing and reassembling. We create a dialogue with the spaces that we move through, and a dialogue with the spaces that we hold, and that hold us.
The rate of modernisation in India in the past decade suggests that in another decade the rural communities of Bangalore will have dramatically decreased. What many may see as a space to be passed through or potential land for new builds is a significant and wholesome place for many, holding memories, culture and tradition with layers of ancestral history.