Subhasgram, Diglipur, North and middle Andaman
An Artist Concept With Messy State Of Mind
My art practice is just like an ocean distortion and like an experiment in the ocean. Every work I produce is a relationship
with coral. actually, this is my own perspective view coral relationship in my hometown. And in this own life, I have taken
the coral within my own work and Used my experiences as a starting point, analyzing our time and ending up with a
critical anatomise of myself. Actually, my works are like some incident in my life. between two different people gone in
life. it's very agonizing This pandemic period and this time so many experiments in the ocean. Here the corals are
symbolic forms of some breakdown situation in my life.
when day-to-day experiments are done on the ocean and many corals are broken deep down the ocean and I see that as a
relation with our life.
What is breaking? In my point of view. breaking is some emotion, feelings and coral that are broken at one time and I can
feel it. And so many causes like This time about damages corals cases. every coral's case. I feel uncomfortable when this
leads to a conclusion in which there is less space.
For the last two years, we are actually going through a very difficult time. some experiments in the ocean, Pandemic, war,
abase of magnanimous values and ideological Bankruptcy across the globe made our life Melancholic. But as a creative
person, the biggest frustration for me is to see that the Highbrow from all the Bailiwick have completely failed to take any
stand in favour of the mankind . As a part of the same system, I have also lost the moral right to criticize anyone else
except myself. I have created the present series of works in the last two and half years, and I have been looked this thing
for some years. that some experiment in the ocean and abase of magnanimous values, Broken relationships in coral with
All the works are actually nature-based, Subordinate art and more of an Affirmation of self.
Today I saw a colourful city become colourless.
My art practice is just like marine ocean life. currently, the colourful city under the sea is slowly coming to an end. Pollution,
overfishing, destructive fishing practices using dynamite or cyanide, collecting live corals for the aquarium market, mining
coral for building materials, and a warming climate are some of the many ways that people damage reefs all around the world
every day. And many areas, coral reefs are destroyed when coral heads and brightly-coloured reef fishes are collected for the
aquarium and jewellery trade. Careless or untrained divers can trample fragile corals, and many fishing techniques can be
destructive. In blast fishing, dynamite or other heavy explosives are detonated to startle fish out of hiding places. This
practice indiscriminately kills other species and can crack and stress corals so much that they expel their zooxanthellae. As a
result, large sections of reefs can be destroyed. Cyanide fishing, which involves spraying or dumping cyanide onto reefs to
stun and capture live fish, also kills coral polyps and degrades the reef habitat. More than 40 countries are affected by blast
fishing, and more than 15 countries have reported cyanide fishing activities.
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