Details:

This painting portrays a figurine with the look of a traditional folk object. In the composition, this object is nearly overtaken by a miraculous intrusion of light. The artist is drawn to experiences that resist direct interpretation.
Unframed

① Artwork:

light cracks

This painting portrays a figurine with the look of a traditional folk object. In the composition, this object is nearly overtaken by a miraculous intrusion of light. Majumdar is drawn to experiences that resist direct interpretation. The artist's work is rooted in perception, and explores how sense is derived from the visible world. Majumdar finds inspiration in the tactile nature of making something with both the body in mind. The artist's work proposes a participatory connection between the viewer and the subject—opening the door for narrative, memories and direct sensory encounters.

Specs:

22 inches
24 inches

③ Artist:

Sangram Majumdar

Rooted in perception, Sangram Majumdar’s work explores how sense is derived from the visible world. The artist draws inspiration from disparate painting traditions, as well as the symbiotic relationship between light and color. Majumdar’s work proposes a participatory connection between the viewer and the subject—opening the door for narrative, memories and direct sensory encounters.

Sangram Majumdar:
light cracks, 2020
Oil on linen
24.0 × 22.0 inches /