Eruptions from a seapod
signify life, but even eruptions in our "socio-political times" are "pleasure-less, is what is the message of an exhibition by artist Atul Bhalla
that opened here on Friday.
Titled "Anhedonic Dehiscence", the multimedia exhibition shows new and old body of works - including archival prints, diasecs and installation.
The title, formed of terms anhedonia meaning lack of pleasure, and dehiscence meaning eruptions, is a "socio-political metaphor for the times we lives in, where eruptions are not pleasurable anymore", Bhalla told IANS.
"It's about a kind of impotence about not being able to deal with our socio-political times."
The exhibition, which uses archival prints, diasecs and installation, will continue till January 3, 2019.
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