With a flair for scientific perspectives blended in an emotional narrative, artist Prajakta Potnis has been tracing the idea of the evolving position of humankind by breaking beyond the walls of sociological, biological or historical location.
In “A Body Without Organs”, her second solo exhibition at Project 88, she explores a space common for duration and delusion within objects that sustain a body beyond its own functioning. Set across several mediums that contribute to the thought – some in motion while others in a transfixation of ideas, the exhibition finds residence in psychological exchange through physical substance.
In a conversation with Art Fervour, Prajakta Potnis reflects on the making of the exhibition and how it acts as a discourse in the present day.
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