Where does one end and the other begin?
What is the nature of the space in-between?
Where is the self located, and what is its "interior geography" like?
Why does the eye seek the horizon?
Who is the observer and who is the observed?
What does a fleeting glance at something reveal?
Continuum is the microscopic and telescopic view of the self, the absent wall between the self and the other, a bridge between inconceivable distances, the sliver of the present that connects past and future. It is a cartography of paradoxes, a study of juxtapositions and a meditation on the self's reflection in the horizon mirror. It is the coming together of something and nothing, form and formlessness, dream and reality ⏤ creating a vision where the self and the vastness become one.
Continuum [Degrees of Separation] opens at Gallery Beyond on Sep 6 and continues until Oct 6. Gallery Beyond, 1st Floor, 130/132, Great Western Building, Shahid Bhagat Singh Road, Fort, Mumbai 400001. Tel no: 022 22837345/ 46 * www.gallerybeyond.in
Continuum features drawings, paintings and mixed media work by Priya Vadhyar across two exhibits - [Degrees of Separation] and [The Illusion of Edges]. The work will be exhibited at Gallery Beyond (Mumbai) and Carroll Community College (Westminster, Maryland) respectively.