Anupa embraces the uncertainty that prevails during the creative process and avoids a conscious formulaic method, in order to asymptote towards a connective stillness; working from the same model thus never results in the same outcome. The works are an infusion of the interaction between artist and model- both in terms of how they perceive each other –as well as themselves.
Anupa is inspired by the philosophical ideas of John Keats, as well as the paintings and drawings of Modigliani, Rembrandt and Vincent van Gogh. The main medium in the show is pastels that the artist feels allows for subliminal explorations and ethereal evocations through chromatic interactions.
You are welcome to view the exhibition whenever you wish during library opening hours.
Library Opening Hours
Monday to Friday : 10am - 8pm, Saturday 10am - 5pm
(* Please note that on the last day of the exhibition, Saturday 8 December it will come down at 3pm)