arunkumar’s art is aesthetic and meaningful
The styling units on the wall of Lalit Kala Akademi are mostly blue, but occasionally there will also be red and yellow bursts, some green and white bursts.
Come closer and you will understand why
They are made of bottles.
Hat: Blue obviously comes from the abandoned water
Bottle, everything else is soft.
Beverage bottles of different colors and sizes.
\"It helps your story when the material speaks for itself,\" noted Arunkumar HG, its creator artist, as part of the DAMnedART project being undertaken by the Goethe Institute.
Of course, forms are important-
Seeing two drops of water, named hollow drops, there will certainly be an idea --
But it\'s more about recognizing what material it\'s made. provoking. “These guys (
Manufacturer of bottles and caps)
We are responsible for many of our water problems.
\"It\'s a good way of saying it, not naming anyone,\" he said . \".
A large picture across the wall depicts a bright multi-color device next to the Kumm River, a model
What should this project look like.
Titled manure and Dam (n), the large-
Zoom installation created using the same material (bottle caps)
, Is the first part of a 2014 group performance in Delhi.
In 2016, it will also be on display at the Maritime sculpture event in Denmark.
\"I think of a place like this,\" Arunkumar said . \" He admitted that the Kumm would be an ideal place.
Huge ups and downs of the device, consisting of nearly 1, 00, 000 caps connected together, not just beautiful;
It raises multiple questions about sustainability and consumerism.
\"I\'m at 4-
There are still five months to go from the society I live in, \"said Delhi --based artist.
Avoid buying bottled water by yourself;
But he always had a bottle cap.
He took one out of his pocket.
Emphasize how common they are.
\"The situation now is that even if you want to avoid it, you will end up using plastic,\" he said . \".
Born in the Shivamogga district of Karnataka, the roots and Dragon River is mainly located in the Malnad region of the Western high-end mountain vein: used to be
The original biodiversity hotspot known for its natural heritage and cultural history.
\"It used to be a very dynamic ecosystem, but we have built dams and flooded green forests for power generation.
\"He continued to complete Baroda\'s bachelor\'s and master\'s degrees in fine arts, specializing in sculpture, and then working for the Rubbabu brand, which makes toys with rubber foam.
\"Latex Foam is right
\"Toxic, 100% biodegradable,\" says Arunkumar, who has been designing toys for the company until around 2014.
This not only helped him to finance other art projects, but also provided him with experience working in an industry.
He has participated in many solo and curated exhibitions, using a large number of electronic items, from ceramics, plastic bags, discarded toys, fiberglass, biscuit wrapping paper, burning matches and more.
\"These are proof of our consumer society, and you want to know how to deal with them.
Then you start questioning and exploring ways to find answers, \"he said, with the additional video that SARA project tan played in the gallery taking you to his home town of Shivamogga, the center of his latest project, SARA (
Sustainable alternatives to rural agreements)Centre.
He said that his family owned land there, and the farm was once surrounded by forests, which were \"nutritious nourishment \".
Unfortunately, the ecosystem has now changed completely, and nutrition comes from fertilizers.
\"Five years ago, I realized it was my responsibility to respect and restore it.
It\'s almost a piece of art for me.
The project\'s website describes the main goal of the Sara center, \"to attract people through art, to reclaim the power of images and other creative expressions, and to amend today\'s unsustainable practices.
\"The center has hosted a number of programmes to promote sustainable development and protection of information, including residential programmes, participatory learning, discussions with experts, media and dissemination of works, and the presentation of visual and performing arts.
Describe one of their interesting initiatives, a fiveday-long eco-
He said that the walk covered more than 40 villages 157 km kilometers and attracted about 25,000 schoolchildren, \"they were joining all the time when we went from town to town, \"The screen in front of us flashed a long list of video footage of children walking, bright posters.
Arunkumar believes that engaging with children and engaging them in conservation is key to creating a better world.
Take the way we look at electricity bills.
\"The cost of government is
But environmental costs are huge.
If a child knows how much it has, he will turn off the lights: he will not risk the future.
\"DAMnedART is held every day from eleven o\'clock A. M. to nine o\'clock P. M. in Lalit Kala Akademi until March 4.