At Lux, artist’s bell-based sculptures address environmental changes
At Lux, artist’s bell-based sculptures address environmental changes.
My site-specific work started there.
The shape of the ghungroos is inspired by seeds.
Ghungroos are worn by women, but they were also worn by men earlier; the tribe used to wear them to make their presence felt in the natural world.
I might be missing from the city very soon.’ “I’m talking about global issues through a local window.
These are issues all over the world, not just in Delhi.
The whole Earth is changing its course; it might be a natural process or the human impact.
Because somebody created a fear that this water is poisonous, so we all started consuming it, buying it without realizing it’s a source that is common.
But those borders are not seen by nature.
If any devastation happens in the natural world, it impacts the whole world.” Vibha Galhotra at Lux Art Institute When: In residence through April 29.