Space and Materiality – Hand Project

I made a hand out of Gypsum. I used a glove as a mould and poured the thick mixture of gypsum and water into it, and left it to dry. After about six hours, the hand finally dried. The fingers of my first prototype broke off as I didn’t insert any kind of support in…

Drawing and Imaging :

Week 1: For our first class, we were asked to pick any random corner of the campus, memorize it, come back to the studio and sketch the same. I realized that there are so many object around us that you hardly care to notice otherwise. There are so many tiny details in the space around…

Integrative Seminar and Studio: Autobiography

Here’s a six chapter autobiography for you. Each chapter highlights some of the most random instances of my life. BUT….. before you start reading, take a look at the illustration that I made representing these 6 chapters and see what you can make of it. THE TEA BURN: I was in the 2nd grade, when…

Drawing and Imaging: A5 sketchbook

We are asked to maintain an A5 sketchbook. Through the course of a week we are supposed to work on a few sketches and bring them to class every Monday. Week 1: A rough sketch of my Dog. The pollution I see in Bombay. Palm trees outside my window. Week 2: The stall in my…

Integrative Studio and Seminar-5

The Catcher in the Rye: Chapter 1 and 2: Mind map: Essay: This book, “The Catcher in the Rye,” was written by J.D. Salinger in 1945. The style in which this book is written is extremely casual and informal. It is narrated by a 17 year old boy from Pennsylvania, called Holden Caulfield. This book…