What does exist between what we see and what we feel? How do we differentiate the notion of “a priori” from “post priori”? “A priori” is what we see and “post priori” is, how we see. The sense of seeing and feeling always arrive with an utterance, a moment of silence, and this silence is enough to create an imaginary sensation of the objects. Sensation lies between what we see and what we feel, through that sensation, a new language can be created, and in Deleuzian language, it is called “Transcendental Aesthetics.” If a man is walking on the street and he sees many things while passing, however he rarely sees anything because he is thinking something else in his mind, his mind is already occupied with various thoughts and images. This triggers one more metaphysical question - how would these mental images and objects reflect the real objects and images? With these theses and antitheses a new language comes into existence but that synthesis always contradicts and represents various ways of seeing and objectifying the objects and images.
The world is broken into many thoughts, ideas, dreams, fears and desires. Some people talk about heart and soul whereas others talk about rationalized mind and body. But actually nobody exactly knows how the universe moves. In fact, every individual has an idea of the same world, which gives them an impression of existence.
I love the essence of the silence that perhaps we all have in our consciousness but in the presence of the sound of our day to day life we could not hear it properly and in my art I persist to convey that silence through my inner consciousness. Nature (THE BEAUTY OF THE OUTER WORLD) and interpersonal relationship (THE JOY OF THE INNER WORLD) are the eternal part of my creativity. And sometimes they both contradict each other to find a new meaning in my art and life, because the outer world is merely an impression of the inner world and the inner world is also an expression of the outer world. And as being a painter I persist to convey my inner feelings through the outer landscapes. Honestly, I give credit to my father, mother and professors for keeping me away from the evilness of the human existence so I could emphasis upon my artistic aspirations rather looking into the materiality.
B.A.,ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE, 2011, MUMBAI
M.A. ARTS AND AESTHETICS ,2014, JAWAHARLAL NEHRU UNIVERSITY,NEW DELHI