Art gives us a lot of room to actually bring about a change or speak up through visuals and it's definitely something we should make use of if we want to be heard. I really like to take topics that I want to speak up about and use them as inspiration for all my projects. Ek teer, do nishane.
Prerna is 21 years old, Bombay bred art dilettante studying literature. “I instinctively want my illustrations to have a sense of discomfort with distorting realities. I paint eyes or void where eyes should be to challenge conditioned perceptions. I strongly believe that there is always something hidden."
Neel hails from Bardhaman, a small town in West Bengal. “I have been taking photos with my father’s camera for as long as I can remember, but I only realized how much it means to me when I lost my grandmother to cancer in 2018 and held a print of a photo that I had taken of her. I find magic in the quotidian."
Teresa is a mother of a 2.5 year old boy and is a self taught photographer. “I still vividly remember the first time I bought my first camera at the age of 14. I got busy with my education and never actively pursued photography. Being a BTech, I worked for multiple MNCs only to find my calling which happens to be my long lost love photography."
Christina is an American artist based in Los Angeles. She studied at Yale School of Art and has been actively working in the contemporary art scenes. She majorly works with acrylics and experiments with figurative emotions, gestural brushwork interposed with static objects and patterns.
Dhruvil is a freelance photographer from India who shoots fashion and portraiture. “During the lockdown, I had to stay at home because of the pandemic and I decided to broaden my skillset and learn 3D software so I can make my own world in the 3D workspace. Which I am now integrating in my photography."