Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 60.9cm(H) x 60.9cm(W) x 3.8cm(D) / 24.0"(H) x 24.0"(W) x 1.5"(D)
Diameter: 60.9cm / 24.0"
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
"I grew up observing blast furnace and cooling towers that surround the city of Jamshedpur. The circular shape of these mechanical structures used in industrial processes, excite me greatly. I use to image what would it be like to have an aerial view of these large objects.I have attempted to create an equation between space, movement and dimension through the correlation of two black circles."
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Lives and Works: Delhi
Anni makes drawings, paintings, photographs and installations. She reflects upon contemporary experiential realities- complexities of relationships, identities, and cultures by combining ideas of social anthropology with fractal geometry and functional mathematics.
Anni completed MFA (painting), 2013, BFA(painting), 2011 at the College of Art and B.A (Hons) Political Science, 2005 at Miranda House, Delhi University. She received the Lalit Kala Akademi National Artist Scholarship, 2013 and Junior Research Fellowship, Ministry of Culture and University Grants Commission, 2014. She was one of the five finalists of the Glenfiddich Emerging Artist Award in 2016 and has participated in group shows at the OED Gallery (Kochi), Art District XIII (Delhi), Alliance Francaise (Gurgaon), India International Centre and British Council (Delhi). Anni has worked as an artist in residence at the Piramal Art Foundation (Mumbai) and ITM University (Baroda). She is a grantee at Artreach India, Spic Macay Foundation and CCS( Centre for Civil Society) and has designed the mascot of the German Embassy in Delhi.
Anni has taught Art history and Art criticism to post-graduate students at the College of Art between 2014-17. She is a Sahapedia-UNESCO research fellow, visiting professor in drawing at Ashoka University, Sonipat and Assistant Professor, State University of Performing & Visual Arts, Rohtak, Delhi-NCR.
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