This breathtaking work, yet again, defies boundaries, carrying a sense of in-betweenness and incompleteness which brings us back to the nonlineara nature of time. Jagmohan Bangani’s visuals retreat from offering a sense of closure, thus lending the observer a chance to accompany the artist in his journey to carve out an interpretation of one’s own choice with a preferred beginning and end. The seemingly aerial appearance of the sacred text symbolizes the artists’ rejection of a conventional and restrictive existence, stepping instead onto an objective pedestal, to view the world as an entity detached from his own reality.

Dhimhai by Jagmohan Bangani

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  • Born in Uttarakhand in 1977, Jagmohan Bangani received his early training at the DAV College, Dehradun and went on to pursue his Masters at the Winchester School of Art, U.K. He translates his imagination into a visual vocabulary through the juxtaposition of lively hues, vibrant lines, and words in a multitude of scripts. The artist creates his artworks while chanting mantras, and attributes his practice to this philosophical bent. Jagmohan has exhibited in more than sixteen group shows, including the Busan Indian Ink Painting Biennale in 2010l Scriptural Enchantment, National Lalit Kala Akademi, Delhi; Tapestry of Words by the Ford Foundation International Fellowship at India Habitat Centre, Delhi, amongst many more. He is a recipient of several awards and honours, including the Ford Foundation Fellowship; Research scholarship from Lalit Kala Akademi, Delhi, amongst others. His works are part of several renowned collections such as the Secretariat Uttarakhand State; National Lalit Kala Akademi, The Ford Foundation, Max Muelller Bhawan, Asian Heritage Foundation, Sahitya Kala Parishad, Delhi; and other private collections in India, USA, Australia, Korea and the UK.

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