Born in Kathmandu, Tshering Choden Wangdi is a 24-year old Bhutanese-Tibetan freelance photographer/stylist/social media manager from Kalimpong, India. Inspired by the works of Nan Goldin, Vivian Maier,and Diane Arbus, along with the elements of her everyday life and the love she has for people in it, she wants her work to evoke emotion in people.
Mehak is a textile design student and an illustrator based in Jaipur, India. “I tend to work with narrative pieces which mostly take inspiration from my life. The process of creating an artwork is extremely therapeutic to me. I believe effectively told stories through art can strike a conversation and leave you with some interesting thoughts.”
“I am a fashion student based in Bangalore, I have always been a multidisciplinary creative enthusiast and always intrigued by colors. Illustration has been a form of liberation, letting the hues flow. This piece was one such color feasts that I wanted to express through the female body, confident and courageous.”
Sushant, an interaction designer from National Institute of Design, Bangalore. Explores his passion for abstraction and minimalism under the pseudonym of Sushi Surge. His artistic aim is to express concepts and ideas by stripping down all the conventional aspects of an art piece, while abstracting the ‘essential elements’ to showcase a narrative.
David Carter has been a fixture in contemporary art Since his youth in the 1970s. He was mentored/worked Also working in art history inspired by his friendship with Henry Geldzaler, David was bestowed the Smithsonian award for his contributions to arts and education in 1991.