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From the photogram collection: "Stories from my Heritage" This photogram explores traditional domestic Indian narratives from the point of view of an outsider - the Indian diaspora. I use the darkroom to manually document fictitious scenes from my Indian heritage, symbolically merging fact and fiction using the traditional photographic process. The narrative is de-contextualised to enable viewers to project their own worldviews to complete the picture. The ethereal quality of lines is achieved by hand-drawing the image on acetate using fine liners, markers and oil pastels - the acetate is then processed in the darkroom using traditional cameraless photographic techniques. Exposing the drawing to light creates a print without a camera on photographic paper, resulting in a modern and contemporary finish perfect for adorning a wide range of spaces. Photo Rag Baryta paper Frame specifications: Black wooden framed photograms include a hand-signed white (PH-neutral) window mount and fixed sawtooth hangers ready for display. The frame comprises classic straight lines with a clear acrylic perspex for added protection. Mount opening, height: 20 cm Mount opening, width: 29 cm Frame height: 32 cm Frame width: 42 cm Contact the artist for additional sizes: email@example.com
Photography:Photogram on Paper
Size:16.5 W x 12.5 H x 1.5 D in
Ready to Hang:Not applicable
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Purnima is an Australian-Thai creative practitioner, researcher and educator. Her career intersects these three professional realms - multi-disciplinary artist, researcher and teacher. Influenced by contemporary research that argues for the combined benefits of creativity and arts at the heart of an individual’s wellbeing, learning and teaching, Purnima’s passion, specialisms in arts and education and trialled and tested techniques has seen her achieve much success practicing in multiple aspects of art, research and education. Purnima has lived and worked in Bangkok, Melbourne, Sydney and London – her unique heritage of Indian and Thai, along with her extensive international experience allows her to interact with a range of individuals from English and non-English speaking backgrounds. Purnima's artistic and professional practice is influenced by her rich cultural background of both Indian and Thai. Her art depicts an aesthetic fusion from the wealth of both heritages – something that is uniquely Purnima. Purnima has also curated numerous successful exhibitions in Melbourne and Sydney. She is passionate about developing and supporting established and emerging artists and teacher-artists globally.
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