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Back and Forth
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Back and Forth Painting

Anujan Ezhikode

United States

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 42 W x 57 H x 1.5 D in

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In my larger works, I intentionally maintain the same level of personal connection, to the piece, as I express in my small scale works on paper. My art is always an exploration of the fragility of memory and time. For this series of paintings, I am using silhouetted figures as the main visual element to convey the experience of loss. Whether searching for identity or yearning to capture that fleeting moment, I am reinterpreting that familiar place that overtime can't help but be altered and re-imagined. Images of bubbles, organic forms, and hand block patterns all help to make visible that barrier that keeps us from dissolving into our memories. Color, images, and time all intersect with an absence of boundaries.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

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Size:42 W x 57 H x 1.5 D in

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I am a Brooklyn, New York artist who was born and raised in Kerala State, South India. My earliest influences were the elaborate temple arts and colorful folk and religious rituals of my state. My interest in the visual arts led me to enter the theater arts program at the Kerala Kalamandalam (The Kerala State Academy of Arts). There I studied the intricate, built-up (almost sculptural) makeup and costume design for two, centuries old, dance-drama forms unique to Kerala. Kudiyattam (from the 10th century, considered to be the oldest, continuous theater form in the world) and Kathakali (established during the time of Shakespeare). Both art forms, tell stories from Hindu mythology. The residue of this rich artistic lineage of image and color still runs through my art.

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