Madras Muse brings together artists with unique approaches and techniques to experimentation.
What’s it about? The InKo Centre is organising Madras Muse, bringing together four city-based artists with different approaches and techniques. Geetika Juyal Chatterjee, Michael Irudayaraj, Samuel Jayachandran, and Vijayaraghavan S will showcase their works at The Gallery till February 19.
- Geetika Chatterjee’s work combines art with science and spirituality. It focuses on patterns and how things in life repeat. Vijayaraghavan’s work combines conventional and unconventional mediums.
- Michael’s work has a repetitive narrative using a layering technique where people can see how memory and identity play a role. Samuel’s pop art uses bright colours to highlight life’s mundane objects.
Collaboration: InKo Centre director Rathi Jafer said each artist’s work is visually rich, and each piece manages to be collaborative. The partnership came about after the artists saw the work of the InKo centre and felt it would be the right platform.
(Image credits: InKo Centre’s website)