Imaginaries: Photo Art

25 January 2012

Abhijit Nandi, From the series The Imaginary “I”

‘Imaginaries’ addresses the ‘creation’ of images, where photographers reflect, re-orient, fashion and form hybrid compositions as an Art Practice. Photo Art today is a manifestation of digital imaging, design, collages, mixed media and even installation work. As a result, the works thematically represent breaking into or away from ‘identity’ issues, gender constructs and even deconstructing conventional ways of viewing space. ‘Imaginaries’ can even be defined in terms of the unfamiliar, unusual, transient and temporary.

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