Bhanderi's drawings are made using a system of custom made devices that resemble the tools in spirograph sets used by children. But his intricately made abstract designs draw on Kandinsky, Sol Lewitt and his own Indian heritage and bear a sophistication at odds with this nostalgic association. Geometric shapes and their permutations have become his dominant visual language: formal schemes explore repetition and the variation of basic shapes and lines. His work strikes a delicate balance between perceptual and conceptual characteristics; dedication to the order of geometry and pursuit of visual beauty; and between authorship and anonymity.
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