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Going Inwards

Hand-built, glazed paper clay porcelain
gas-fired,
Mumbai 2018

Going inwards is a series of meditative figures exploring the process of awareness of ‘The Self’ through the internal thoughts and emotions; transforming them and merging the masculine and feminine, the yin and yang, to create a balanced self: the ardhanarishwar. It transcends into the perfect self, the Bodhisattva...to the Formless...dissolving into the primordial energy.

Elements of nature express themselves in forms, as creepers in the heart, a seed sprouting into a leaf, a flower blossoming from the heart and finally the merging...and formlessness. 

This work is the integration of duality through anatomical studies, impressions gathered from temple architecture, Buddhist and jain tantric art and personal spiritual practices. 

Photography: Nirmal Jain

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