Moharajar Chair ( Chair of Emperor) Sculpture by Anisuzzaman Faroque

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Moharajar Chair ( Chair of Emperor)

Anisuzzaman Faroque



Size: 27 W x 40 H x 16 in

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Anisuzzaman Faroque


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Art Description

Sculpture: Bronze on Bronze.

In the Bronze sculptures, a hard metal is presented in a very sensitive manner. Mostly the dimensions and in some cases naming of sculptures will give the viewer a sense of familiarity to allow their thoughts to flow. To help the process, the sculptor created sculptures following a liberal line of thinking.

Application of a linear process, use of flat surface and due the dimensione - these sculptures take on different moode at different situations. The sculptor tried to create a synergy between the location of the show, city-centric art forms and the materials for the sculptures - where a lot of thought has been put into exploring the possibilities for sculptures based on a city without focusing on any specific idea. A lot of elements of Dhaka have been incorporated here. Visible materials , mood of the sculptures and viewers need to see art - a combination of these three elements can give rise to a multitude of imaginary wishes in the viewers mind. However, the sculptor is unable to give any specific idea about his work, just as to its inbound newcomers.