The hidden Sensuality of our bodies3 min read . Updated: 04 Jul 2015, 03:51 PM IST
Vidha Saumya's bold and incisive exploration of sexual tension and the politics of the body
The living room of Vidha Saumya’s apartment in Madh Island, a ferry ride away from Mumbai, is cluttered with what the artist, who prefers to go by her first name, calls “experiments"—cardboard cones coloured over with ballpoint pen, small sculpted figurines made with natural clay, books covered in thick paper, a pair of red juttis, placed in a purple tray. Some of these may make it to her forthcoming solo exhibition at Colaba’s Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke—she doesn’t have a working title for it yet—in September. Her second solo, the show will also exhibit seven 4x4ft drawings made using her favourite medium, a Cello Gripper ballpoint pen.
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