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The World Will be One Painting

Priyadarshini Ohol


Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 36 W x 48 H x 0.1 D in

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About The Artwork

Inspired by Lenon's Imagine and the John Lennon Wall in Prague. The painting inspires hope, courage, light and dreams. To goodness where people are for and with people in peace and harmony. Some of us have a dream of a world without borders and base desires of men. Where men and women stand for men and women and the world. This painting has been exhibited in Delhi, Calcutta, Bombay, Dharamshala, India. The World Will Be One 48in x 36in Acrylic & Spray Paint on Canvas ~Priyadarshini Ohol 2017

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:36 W x 48 H x 0.1 D in

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Priyadarshini Ohol came to the arts after a ski accident equipped with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and experience in business and high impact socio-political activism. Post recuperation, Ohol spent years in her Himalayan studio in Dharamshala, establishing an influential, independent, avant garde practice which finds expression in painting, performance, video, performative painting, butoh, poetry, articles, interdisciplinary immersive installations, experimental and collaborative works. This examination and transformation of misery, fate, human experience into thriving life rooted in radical self care, scientific inquiry, authenticity, freedom, play is at the core of her art practice. Ohol’s sensitive multilayered performances play with perceptions, challenge norms and change art landscapes. Derivatives of her work appear, the subjects she examines and the language find their way into variegated vocabularies. Yet, her abstract expressionist canvases clearly indicate her irreverence for categories betraying a fierce need for artistic freedom. She says her work includes stream of consciousness art, yet given it’s reflexive dynamism, it is best described by the term agile art. Ohol’s is a complex social practice examining the self in relation to the world, equality, exclusion, inclusion, identity, belonging, dehumanization, discrimination, casteism, freedom, sexuality, gender, feminism, possession, dispossession, ethics, classism, displacement, fraternity, regional and global politics, the politics of locations of the body, the meaning of art, possibilities of artistic cultural impact and artivism in an increasingly changing, conflict ridden, technologically driven, globalized, fragmented world.

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